Digital health news authority MobiHealthNews talks to Swift CEO Carlo Perez about how AI and computer vision are transforming wound care.
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Editorial features Swift alongside other AI-driven startups and large corporations at MaRS Discovery District.
Carlo Perez talks about the ups and downs of building a health tech startup that now dominates the wound care management market.
Carlo Perez and four other founders share the best advice they got as they worked to raise millions.
Carlo Perez reflects on Toronto’s startup “community power” and how this differs from Silicon Valley’s focus on competitive advantage.
We’re still getting buzz from our recent round of funding, which closed with $11.6 million from Data Collective, Real Ventures, Relay Ventures and BDC Capital.
MaRS Discovery District features Swift as a great workplace for innovative thinkers who want something out of the ordinary.
From The Globe and Mail to the Wall Street Journal, close to 40 media outlets and online sites beat the drum for Swift after an oversubscribed Series A funding round.
Data Collective partner Scott Barclay cites computational care as a key reason why his firm led a funding round that ultimately raised $11.6 million for Swift.
Carlo Perez provides an overview of Swift Skin and Wound and how it’s changing wound care.