FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 06/29/2021
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Seattle, WA USA – JUNE 29, 2021 – Aiberry is pleased to announce Karen Donoghue as a new member of their Advisory Board. Aiberry is a US-based startup building an AI-powered platform to detect mental and behavioral conditions. Aiberry’s vision is to democratize mental well-being by equipping healthcare providers with innovative solutions that empower them to expand the reach of mental healthcare.
Ms. Donoghue is an independent expert practitioner, author and advisor on user experience in many domains, including enterprise healthcare, financial services and mobile device platform design. Karen is Principal Interaction Architect at HumanLogic, her global consulting practice.
In the behavioral health space, Ms. Donoghue has designed new and innovative MVP user experiences for three early-stage telehealth ventures, including Empower Interactive, Annum Health, and Equip Health. Karen is an advisor to Turivius, a machine learning startup addressing legal compliance in Brazil. She has designed machine learning solutions for SecurityScorecard in New York (USA), where she has served as an advisor since 2017.
Aiberry’s core technology is an innovative and patent-pending multimodal platform that harnesses the power of artificial intelligence to rapidly and accurately analyze a patient’s text, voice, and facial expressions to detect signs of mental health conditions, such as depression, anxiety, and suicidal ideation. Aiberry’s solution will be integrated with telehealth solutions to provide objective and real-time screenings, enabling wider reach for healthcare providers and addressing the urgent and unmet need for accessible mental healthcare.
Karen Donoghue is the first member to join Aiberry’s Advisory Board and will advise on product design strategy to enable growth and new business opportunities.
“The recent global rise in telemedicine has led to an increase in demand for behavioral health solutions that leverage smartphones and other connected devices. Innovative solutions are essential to transform how telehealth leverages new technologies to improve healthcare practitioner productivity and lead to better health outcomes for patients” said Karen Donoghue. “Aiberry is leveraging its unique core platform to deliver new telehealth solutions to behavioral health practitioners, enabling them to perform rapid and unbiased behavioral health assessments for their patients.”
“We are excited to have Karen Donoghue join our Advisory Board. Karen brings years of product design leadership and expertise to our team,” said Aiberry’s President and Co-Founder, Sangit Rawlley. “Karen’s extensive business leadership in helping software companies to scale will be important as we deliver world-class software solutions to transform behavioral health management.”
About Karen Donoghue, Principal, HumanLogic
Karen Donoghue has held numerous senior leadership positions in technology startups and large companies over the last 25 years, including serving as a Principal User Experience Designer at Microsoft and a Senior UI Design Manager at Motorola. She is a Principal at HumanLogic, a consultancy that has a history of helping clients to capture the voice of the customer, measure program effectiveness and translate requirements into effective new user experiences that satisfy business goals and customer needs. HumanLogic clients include large enterprises such as Google, VMware and T-Mobile, and many early and late-stage startups. Karen was responsible for designing the MVP UX for Resilient Systems (acquired by IBM Security).
Karen is an experienced Advisor and has held recent Advisory roles at SecurityScorecard and the Tufts University Department of Computer Science, where she has taught courses in Computer Science. Karen has also served as an Advisor to MIT spinouts such as MetaCarta, acquired by Nokia in 2010 and to Turivius, a machine learning startup in Brazil. A former two-term member of the Executive Board of Directors of the MIT Enterprise Forum of Cambridge, Karen is also an inventor on over a dozen software patents related to user interface and a published author, having written the first business book on user experience “Built for Use: Driving Profitability through the User Experience” (McGraw Hill, 2002). In June 2021, Karen also co-authored “Envision Product: User Experience for Founders”. Karen earned an MS from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Media Laboratory and has been a past recipient of the Mass High Tech Women to Watch Award (2006). For more information, please visit https://humanlogic.com/.
Aiberry is a US-based next-generation artificial intelligence (AI) company that leverages deep tech to screen for mental and behavioral health conditions. Aiberry’s vision is to democratize mental well-being. Aiberry is developing a patent-pending multimodal AI platform that analyzes conversations to screen for mental illnesses such as depression, anxiety, suicidal ideation, and other mental health conditions. For more information, visit Aiberry’s web site.