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World’s first app screens for Dyslexia in minutes using Artificial Intelligence

Dystech, an Australian start-up that is using the technological power of AI and Machine Learning to solve real-world problems, has created the world’s first app that screens for dyslexia, giving the user a percentage likelihood of having the disorder in just minutes. Individuals with dyslexia have trouble with reading and spelling despite having the ability […]

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World’s first app screens for motor dysgraphia using Artificial Intelligence

Dystech, an Australian start-up that is using the technological power of AI and Machine Learning to solve real-world problems, has created the world’s first app that screens for motor dysgraphia, giving the user a percentage likelihood of having the disorder in just minutes. Motor dysgraphia is a learning disorder that affects a person’s writing ability. […]

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Dystech winner of EduGrowth Business Plan Competition

Dystech winner 🥳 Dystech has won the Australian Edtech Business Plan Competition organised by EduGrowth. The competition is designed to drive innovation within the Education Technology and Innovation sector. Applicants are asked to submit ‘Business Plans’ which need: to be innovative; to address the education sector; to clearly articulate the impact; to demonstrate the effectiveness […]

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Amazon invites regional Dyslexia startup Dystech to Singapore

Australian start-up Dystech was recently invited to attend a special three-day educational event held at Amazon Web Services (AWS) in Singapore. Currently creating an assessment app for Dyslexia, Dystech was one of only five Australian startups to be invited. Co-Founders Hugo Richard and Jim Radford were given the opportunity to access free training and workshops, […]

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Dystech heading to Australia’s MedTech Challenge September 2019

Local Gippsland digital start-up Dystech has been shortlisted to participate in the largest MedTech challenge in Australia. Dystech is currently developing an app to allow the early assessment of dyslexia using artificial intelligence. Now in its 5th year, “MedTech’s Got Talent” is part of Australia’s largest medical device accelerator program. The program is a unique […]

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Let’s Talk Dyslexia

Let’s talk Dyslexia Yes, we did it!This last Saturday was really crazy… waking up at 6 am, rushing everywhere to get tea, coffee, microphones, video, chairs, flyers, etc… Yes, it was the day of Gippsland’s first conference on dyslexia featuring speakers Rhonda Campbell, Shae Wissell and Prof. Gilles Richard. Objective: Encouraging awareness for dyslexics, their […]

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Dystech at the Digital Innovation Festival Victoria

This post is to share a piece of good news. I am privileged to be talking at the Digital Innovation Festival Victoria, but importantly I will be sharing the scene with two fantastic individuals 😁 Tickets Here <— Digital Innovation Festival Victoria #DIF The 2019 digital innovation festival or what we call #DIF is a […]

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Dyslexia: The hidden problem

There are hidden problems behind diagnosing Dyslexia that many people are not aware of. There is something wrong with Dyslexia. There is a severe imbalance between supply and demand. This means that there are many more individuals seeking diagnosis of Dyslexia than there are professionals providing assessments. Supply and demand is the most basic law […]