Synyi, a Chinese artificial intelligence (AI) start-up that targets hospitals, has taken its total fundraising to RMB550 million ($80 million) following a RMB250 million Series C led by Tencent Holdings and featuring Sinopharm Capital.
Founded in 2016, the company uses natural language processing, machine learning, and data mining to carry out in-depth analysis of healthcare data on a large scale. The goal is to enable intelligent diagnosis...
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Singapore-based Asia Partners has led a $35 million round for Hong Kong online education start-up Snapask. It coincides with the company’s relocation to Singapore.