Programming a Future where Biomedical Care is More Affordable and Accessbile to More People

We aim to develop an AI platform that facilitates biomedical care providers in making better decisions, enhancing patient outcomes, and reducing expenses.

S.Core Genetics

Enhancing Gene Therapy

The use of AI can facilitate the development of safer and more stable gene therapy options to enhance their efficacy.

Gene-based therapy is a promising new field of medicine that utilizes the tools of modern genetics to treat and prevent diseases. By inserting new genes, altering existing ones, or suppressing the activity of certain genes, these therapies have the potential to revolutionize the medical industry and provide novel treatments for numerous conditions, including genetic disorders and various forms of cancer. Through gene-based medicines, physicians can address the source of the problem rather than simply treating the symptoms. As gene-based therapies become more widely available, research continues to uncover new and exciting opportunities for treating and curing diseases.

S.Core: Spidercore's hyper-scale AI engine has been programmed to analyze the physicochemical properties of nucleotides in order to discover gene therapies that can be delivered into the cells reliably.

S.Core Clinics

AI-programmed Clinical Decsion Support

AI systems offer improved accuracy, efficiency, predictive analysis, and personalized medicine for clinical decision-making. By analyzing patient data and identifying personalized treatment plans, AI can potentially improve patient outcomes and reduce healthcare costs. Furthermore, AI systems can continuously learn from new data and facilitate clinical research.

Fundus examination can provide valuable information for the diagnosis and management of various eye and systemic diseases.

However, analyzing these images manually can be time-consuming and may require specialized expertise. AI systems can automate this process, allowing for faster and more accurate diagnosis of eye diseases.

S.Core: The use of AI can reduce the time rquired to read the images by 20% and improve the accuracy by 4%.

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) is a non-invasive medical imaging technique used to obtain high-resolution images of the eye.

OCT has revolutionized the field of ophthalmology by allowing for earlier detection and more accurate diagnosis of eye diseases. It also provides a way to monitor the progression of eye diseases and the effectiveness of treatments.


Gait, the movement pattern when walking or running, can be affected by various factors including age, injury, and disease.

Some diseases that can affect gait include Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis, stroke, neuropathy, osteoarthritis, and others. For example, gait changes in Parkinson's disease includes shuffling gait, reduced arm swing and decreased step length, while gait changes in multiple sclerosis includes weakness, balance issues and coordination difficulties.


Acute exacerbation is a sudden worsening of a chronic condition, such as chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), heart failure, pneumonia or sepsis.

Vital signs, such as blood pressure, heart rate, respiratory rate and temperature, can be used to assess the severity of acute exacerbation and track a patient's response to treatment. Monitoring vital signs is therefore an essential component of managing acute exacerbations and can help healthcare providers make informed decisions about treatment and care.


S.Core Search

Streamline the Literature Search Process

AI in literature search, which includes providing insights into research and market trends, uncovering relationships among biological entities, and filtering out irrelevant information, accerlates the drug discovery process for various diseases.

Researchers typically start by identifying keywords and search terms related to their research questions, and then use databases, such as PubMed, Embase and Scopus, to conduct their search. They may also use search engines, such as Google Scholar, to expand their search to include non-indexed sources, such as preprints, conference proceedings and institutional repositories.

Once the initial search is conducted, researchers typically screen for relevant results and review the articles. This process can be time-consuming, especially if the data is complex or the research question is broad.