Queensland Deputy Premier and Minister for State Development, Infrastructure, Local Government and Planning, the Honourable Dr Steven Miles, visited Cohort Innovation Space to tour the AI lab that is home to the fast-growing Queensland technology company Datarwe.

Dr. Miles met with Datarwe’s Chief Technology Officer Dr Kelvin Ross and Advisory Board Member, Dr Brent Richards and was impressed with the dashboard that Datarwe have created, utilising #APACHE and #SOFA scores to visualise patient clinical status in ICU. The platform enables clinicians and medical researchers to rapidly collaborate in the development and delivery of trusted AI clinical diagnostic tools and technologies direct to the patient bedside.


(Pictured, Dr Brent Richards, Dr Kelvin Ross and the Honourable Dr Steven Miles MP)


In 2020 Datarwe received $1.5M in funding from the Queensland State Government through the Advance Queensland initiative for it’s Precision Medicine Data Platform and has since grown to support 13 staff, 23 interns and 2 PHD students. Additionally, Datarwe is supporting 20 research projects, with a further 10 in the pipeline.

Datarwe CTO Dr Kelvin Ross said establishing its headquarters within the Queensland government’s innovation space had allowed his team to easily connect with like-minded entrepreneurs, industry professionals and students from neighbouring partners, Griffith University and the Gold Coast University Hospital, as well as international partners.

“Our team are working with world leading medical AI researchers and innovators to collaborate on a number of projects that will create a new industry of advanced skills and high-tech knowledge jobs for the Gold Coast” Dr Ross said.

“We’re excited to be part of this unique location that nurtures emerging health and innovation startups and will continue to work towards making Queensland a global hub for medical AI research and associated technology firms”.



For more information, visit Datarwe directly at https://datarwe.com/