In this technological era, Bloomer Tech is actively working towards progress in the development of fabrics engineering to optimize health.
We are inspired by Amelia Bloomer's legacy.
She is a women's rights advocate from the 1800's who revolutionized women's health and fashion by replacing damaging corsets with bloomers.
As Amelia Bloomer said “clothing not only changes lives - it also changes history (herstory!).”
The age of automation is here - artificial intelligence and machine learning are enabling breakthroughs in healthcare. These breakthroughs are enabled by algorithms and the devices running them. Bigger and better data to train these algorithms are key to the direct outcomes and treatments of people's healthy lives. These advances depend on data, but our data is missing… WOMEN. The promise of personalized medicine is limited - limited to those who are represented in the data .
We are using ordinary clothing to collect extraordinary data. We can accelerate progress and get the missing data on women's heart health. These advances are heavily dependent on participation and data collection. Together we can eliminate bias from machine learning and AI in healthcare.
Einstein Ntim - Bloomer champion, Inception team, business. Singularity University, UK & Ghana
Ana Karen Ramirez Tellez - Bloomer champion, Inception team, social media design and branding. Singularity University, México.
Liddy Kiaty Figueroa - Bloomer champion, Inception team, medical doctor. Singularity University, Dominican Republic.
Andrea Martinez - Animation and digital design. ITESM, México.
Andrea Schneider - Market Research. MIT
Andree Euribe - Coding. PUCP Perú.
Anna Phan - Pricing Strategy. MIT IDM.
Antonio Salvatierra - HW & Software Engineer.
Irene Sha Na - Financial. MIT Sloan.
Joy Buolamwini - App Developer. MIT Media Lab.
Kfir Yeshayahu - Machine Learning. MIT LGO.
Mickella Simone Miller - Video Editor
Natalia Glazkova - User Research. MIT Research.
Ozge Ozbek - Pricing Strategy. MIT Sloan.
Sai Sri Sathya- Software Developer.
Swati Rao - Pricing Strategy. MIT Sloan.
The healthcare revolution is happening. We are delivering personalized healthcare by gathering real data on gender, race, ethnicity, location and lifestyle around the world. This degree of tailored treatment increases quality of life for all.
Having the right information helps improve people's lifestyle choices and habits, enabling them to modify appropriately and truly understand their hearts. This added knowledge informs the healthcare professionals about their patients in order for them to treat people in an effective and customized manner.
We are transforming how people understand their bodies via sensor technology. This will move treatments, medication, fitness and wellbeing from the current generalist treatment process to one that is user specific and individually focused.