This original article in the Brisbane Times by Tony Moore can be found – here
A snippet of the article can be found below
The 2018 Commonwealth Game athletics’ recreation rooms are now home to small start-up businesses in a centre called Cohort.
On Cohort’s top floor, a bar during the Games has become as artificial intelligence laboratory.
A medical start-up called Datarwe now operates from the 2018 former Commonwealth Games Village. This area was a bar. Tony Moore
Here, one small success story is Datarwe, a start-up that provides a data platform for researching patient care. It won a $1.5 million grant from the Queensland government’s Department of Innovation.
Gold Coast Health and Knowledge Precinct business development manager Kathy Kruger described it as a
“precision-data medicine platform that looks at all the data that comes out of intensive care units”.
“It de-identifies that data but it uses the cumulative data to predict better outcomes for patients going through intensive care units,” she said.