Published on 01 Feb 2023

Pranav Govindaraj co-founded CyberLife AI to help hospitals increase productivity

University life can be hectic on its own, but these NTU students juggle their own businesses on top of that. What’s on the cards for these young bosses of fledgling start-ups?

Computer Science, co-founder of CyberLife AI

NTU Pranav Govindaraj

Our app helps hospitals increase productivity. Through chatbots and other assessment tools that patients use at home, doctors can ascertain if a patient needs a follow-up appointment without having to meet the patient in person. We are successfully piloting our app at Singapore’s National University Hospital and another hospital has expressed interest in our product. Hopefully, by 2024, we can get more hospitals in Singapore on board and also receive funding to further develop our app.

A big thank you to… NTUitive’s Venture Building Programme for granting us $1,000 and for directing us to the right people to talk to.

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This story was published in the Jan-Feb 2023 issue of HEY! at page 14.