On the global map of AI projects, it is in vain to look for ventures from Poland – even though we have a mass of talent in this sector and our compatriots work in key companies in the world in this sector, such as OpenAI or Google, we have not yet used this potential. Can homegrown start-ups change this unfavourable picture? Data shows that the artificial intelligence sector in the Vistula has seen an upsurge in activity, but whether this is due to actual innovative projects and achievements in advanced algorithms, or whether it is just marketing and riding the wave of bot popularity – these questions are hard to answer at the moment.
– Red. Michał Duszczyk, Rzeczpospolita
With the rapid growth of interest in artificial intelligence in Poland, MIM Fertility stands out as one of the key players in the industry. Against the backdrop of recent reports by ‘Rzeczpospolita’ about the growing share of AI in the Polish start-up ecosystem, our company, which specialises in AI solutions for infertility treatment, is becoming increasingly significant.
According to a report by the Startup Poland foundation, which mentions a significant increase in AI investments in Poland, MIM Fertility is an example of how an innovative approach to artificial intelligence can bring real benefits in medicine. Recent investments, in excess of $2 million, underline our role as a leader in the use of AI to develop advanced medical technologies.
– Start-ups are increasingly keen to take advantage of the opportunities offered by artificial intelligence. The increase in interest in this technology to date has been further boosted by the success of OpenAI. Poland, with its rich pool of internationally renowned AI experts, is not lagging behind in this race
– Michał Lechowski of Aper Ventures
In the context of the current trend, where Poland is increasingly involved in the development of artificial intelligence, our achievements in the field of infertility treatment using AI not only demonstrate our contribution to the industry, but also show how Polish start-ups can contribute to global technological progress. One of the standouts in this group is our MIM Fertility.
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