Meet Hyfe's Acoustic AI models and learn how they reveal the meaning contained in cough
Classifies based on single coughs.
Detects cough and tracks frequency over time.
Utilizes Alison's frequency data and Dixon's classifications.
Combines these with other data streams to detect complex patterns.
The most promising approach to powerful, reliable diagnostics.
Detects disease from the specific acoustic signature contained in single, half-second cough sounds. Decodes information about type of cough, sound characteristics of that cough, and disease status of the cougher.
The sound of a single cough
Cough classification. Acoustic analysis. Disease-likelihood score.
Dixon identifies previously unintelligible signals in cough sounds that are correlated with a wide range of respiratory indications.
Dixon can improve clinicians' screening and diagnosis accuracy. Dixon accelerates triage and reduces screening costs.
Detects every cough in proximity.
Distinguishes between coughs and other, similar sounds.
Longitudinal data stream. Time-stamped coughs.
Alison is always listening. She can run for days, weeks, months, or years at a time. She can track the coughs of individuals and monitor communal coughs in space.
Every cough Alison hears is time-stamped and plotted on a longitudinal data stream.
Utilizes Alison's frequency data and Dixon's classifications to identify patterns that have clinical and epidemiological significance.
Longitudinal data stream + individual cough classification + any other data stream of relevance (e.g. humidity, pollen, pollution, sleep, blood oxygen, or heart rate).
Disease prediction and prognosis, diagnostics, risk evaluation, outbreak alert
Patricia can detect the presence of disease before symptoms are present. Patricia can situate a patient on the trajectory of a disease path. Patricia can trigger an alert when a patient's cough pattern suggests urgent intervention is needed.
Patricia can act as a sentinel, locating cold, flu, and Covid outbreaks geographically. Patricia can serve as a pandemic alert system.