KUALA LUMPUR, Malaysia, Oct. 11, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Go-MaD.AI, the on-demand Nutritionist platform, has been selected for the prestigious 'Top 50 Healthcare Leaders Award' to be conferred at the Smart Health conference on 13th-14th November in Dubai for its analytics-based solutions that enable seamless, real time preventive healthcare services and nutrition awareness creation.
Go-MaD.AI Team: (From left to right) Chenyi Ang (Founder & CEO), Huay Ling (Content Specialist), WenWen Chua (Co-founder), Dr. Chan Yoong Fee (Advisor)
The Top 50 Healthcare Leaders was awarded to Go-MaD.AI after a stringent assessment and extensive research by awards committee who rated each applicant on five parameters: Overall Reach, Industry Impact, Spirit of Innovation, Future Readiness and Market Demand.
Commenting on this achievement, Go-MaD.AI founder Mr. Chenyi Ang said, "Go-MaD.AI was developed as an innovative digital platform that connects Nutritionists to public by having 1-click Nutritionists service booking mobile App. Go-MaD.AI App has Artificial Intelligence powered meal tracking function that can identify the food composition from food photo and proceed with food analysis. This AI feature is an assistant tool for nutritionists on personalize nutrition services offering."
"Go-MaD.AI has competed with global healthcare market players for this award," Ms. WenWen Chua, co-founder of Go-MaD.AI added. "This recognition validates us to global attention which motivates us further in keeping up with innovation and keep pushing the boundaries in our field."
Smart Health 2018 is a Healthcare Tech conference and award ceremony organized as a part of the conference to recognize the individuals and in honoring 50 such companies who have aided the advancement of healthcare through their 'Top 50 Healthcare Leaders' award. The conference offers a forum for the technological and professional exchange of knowledge, skills, and tools related to the broad field of Healthcare Tech.
In Malaysia, Singapore and other Asia developing/developed countries, the rising living standards have contributed to the alarming rise in lifestyle diseases. There is also a lack of nutritional knowledge, awareness and access to nutritionists. The team aims to bring nutritionist closer and accessible to people as well as promoting preventive healthcare services and nutrition awareness through a model application based on AI Technology which creates the virtual nutritionist model by using Machine Learning techniques. Go-MaD.AI was just launched in August 2018 in Malaysia and has successfully achieved more than 200 downloads within 2 months.
Aside from Malaysia, expansion into Singapore and Taiwan is in the pipeline with collaboration with local healthcare industry players.
Media Contact: Chenyi Ang, +60-1-2345-4650