GeekWire January 26, 2022
Charlotte Schubert

The news: A quiet Seattle digital health startup called Measure Labs is raising cash. A new regulatory filing shows $4.7 million raised. The company has not responded to inquiries from GeekWire.

What we know: Measure Labs is linked to the Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2) and the University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering. The startup is developing ways to measure patients’ vital signs remotely and describes its product as an “AI-enabled SDK/API for mobile health sensing.” Also from its website: “To truly unlock telehealth, healthcare organizations need remote access to patient vitals.”

The AI2 connection: The company’s CEO, CSO and CTO are currently entrepreneurs-in-residence at Seattle’s Allen Institute for Artificial Intelligence (AI2), according to their LinkedIn profiles. AI2’s incubator...

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