Maarten Sierhuis, a NASA alum, had made the comment to Rachna Dhamija, a tech veteran and his future cofounder. Both were dealing with aging parents who had health issues. Sierhuis had spent 12 years as a senior research scientist at NASA, where he used sensors and artificial intelligence (AI) to monitor astronauts in space. The technology allowed Mission Control to monitor changes in an astronaut’s vitals and predict when they needed help. When Dhamija and Sierhuis decided to create Ejenta, they exclusively licensed the technology—called the Brahms Intelligent Agent platform—from NASA. Now, they’re using it to help hospitals and health systems improve patient care.»

Article written by  Satta Sarmah Hightower