Deep01

Deep01 is a Taiwan-based AI software company that located in Taipei. Our focus is developing advanced AI-based SaMD (Software as a Medical Device) for decision support that aims to assist physicians to expedite patient treatment. Deep01 is the first AI company in the world to obtain both U.S. and Taiwan FDA clearances.

Our technology analyzes brain CT imaging to provide smart solutions for notifying and helping ER physicians, radiologists to prioritize the time-sensitive and life-threatening cases and better manage patients in the golden hour.

Deep01 is empowering physicians with our innovative AI solutions.

Team

The team members of Deep01 are from Harvard University, Cambridge University, Carnegie Mellon University, National Taiwan University, National Tsing Hua University, and National Chiao Tung University with profound international work experience and from senior physicians in the U.S. and Taiwan.

David Chou, the founder and CEO of Deep01, graduated from Carnegie Mellon University Computer Science and National Taiwan University Electrical Engineering, and was a research fellow at Harvard University. David was also awarded 2020 Ten Outstanding Young Persons (十大傑出青年) by President.

Milestone

May, 2020
Closed US$2.7 million fundraising in Pre-A round led by ASUS

- followed by ITRI (Industrial Technology Research Institute), III (Institute for Information Industry), and BE Capital

March, 2020
2020 Taiwan Top 10 Startups and Ranked 1st

- by the Minister of Science and Technology.

February, 2020
The first deep learning Taiwan FDA clearance in the world

December, 2019
Taiwan Innovation Award

September, 2019
1st place in AWS Cloud Challenge

- with a grand prize of $1.8M NTD cash

July, 2019
The first deep learning U.S. FDA clearance in Asia-Pacific

April, 2018
Top-picked as Harvard research fellow

- with full scholarship by Leap Program of Taiwan government

November, 2017
Won 2nd place in Dark Horse Contest

- which is the biggest startup contest in China

August, 2017
Won the 2nd place in Beijing Taiwan Startup Contest

- out of 900+ teams

Fabruary, 2017
U.S. Plug & Play invested