Lynk raises $24 million to bring knowledge-as-a-service platform to more industries

by Larry Emmott on February 2, 2021

in Future Tech,Internet,Management

From VentureBeat:

Lynk, a “knowledge-as-a-service” platform that connects domain-specific experts with businesses, has raised $24 million to fuel expansion in the U.S.While there are myriad platforms and tools that unlock insights from vast swathes of data, Lynk offers an AI-powered engine that indexes “knowledge domains” and vetted experts to find answers to questions businesses are asking.

Source: Lynk raises $24 million to bring knowledge-as-a-service platform to more industries | VentureBeat

This is a very interesting concept. I can see many dental applications. Dentists can ask business and or clinical questions. Such as what is the average overhead expense in a US dental office. Or what precautions should be taken with a patient taking the drug XYZ?

Patients may also wish to ask dental questions. In this case the dentist  could be signed up as the expert.

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