May, 2018. European Healthcare Cognitive Computing Market to Cross $4.0 Billion by 2023. Read here:

May 19, 2018. Top 7 Chatbot Platforms To Build Bots For Your Business. Read here:

Feb 13, 2017. 4 Ways AI Will Improve Healthcare. Read here:

Feb 3, 2017. From Virtual Nurses To Drug Discovery: 106 Artificial Intelligence Startups In Healthcare. Read here:

Oct 20, 2016. 50 Innovative Ways Brands Use Chatbots. Read here:

Oct 5, 2016. Chatbots are also invited in health. Read here:

May 30, 2016. Medwhat live demo at Microsoft Accelerator’s Machine Learning Demo Day. Read here:

Feb 25, 2016. MedWhat is one of the 32 companies that are already applying machine learning techniques and predictive analytics to reduce drug discovery times, provide virtual assistance to patients, and diagnose ailments by processing medical images, among other things. Read here:

Feb 4, 2016. MedWhat participates in the Seattle Accelerator’s Third Batch. Read here:

Feb 4, 2016. MedWhat is at Microsoft Seattle Accelerator Focus on Data Science & Machine Learning. Read here:

Feb 4, 2016. MedWhat, one of the 10 startups focusing on Machine Learning. Read here:

Feb 4, 2016. MedWhat joins to 9 machine learning and data science startups in Microsoft’s Seattle Accelerator. Read here:

May 15, 2015. MedWhat participates in mHealth Grand Tour as an innovation partner. Read here:

March 6, 2014. Spain’s top startup magazine, the Spanish “TechCrunch”, features MedWhat and talks about our fundraising and plans to build MedWhat also in Spanish. Read here:

March 6, 2014. Spain startup magazine, Eureka-Startups features MedWhat to Spanish speaking readers. Read here:

February 18, 2014. MedCityNews talks about MedWhat new app launch and its latest seed round. Read here:

February 19, 2014. MobiHealthNews writes about MedWhat’s first seed round of $560K. Read here:

October 2013. MedCityNews follows up on our progress since they first published our first article in this news magazine. Read here:

September 2013. Stanford’s Radio interviews MedWhat founder Arturo Devesa in a lively discussion about startups, StartX, and MedWhat. Hear the interview here:

September 30, 2013. VentureBeat writes about MedWhat and the benefits of having a virtual doctor in your phone. Read here:

September 25, 2013. MobiHealthNews reviews DC to VC and how MedWhat’s plays into the new healthcare trends in the U.S. Read here:

September 18, 2013. The DishDaily makes a summary of StartX’s summer Demo Day and MedWhat. Read here:

September 18, 2013. MichiganDaily’s opinion column speaks about MedWhat and StartX’s new Stanford partnership. Read here:

September 16, 2013. MedWhat is chosen as a finalist to Morgenthaler Ventures’ Health 2.0 DC to VC startup competition and featured on Xconomy. Read the article. 

September 13, 2013. San Francisco newspaper, BizJournal features a video of MedWhat. Read the article. 

August 20, 2013. Spanish newspaper, El Correo writes a piece about Spanish entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley. MedWhat’s founder, Arturo Devesa, was born in Spain and grew up in Florida since the age of 13. Read the article. 

June 26, 2013. South Florida Sunrise covers MedWhat: “[MedWhat CEO Arturo Devesa] met with the Mayor of West Palm Beach, the acting President of Florida Atlantic University, and sat down with CBS 12 news to discuss the MedWhat app.” Read the article.

June 26, 2013. (International) The Spanish “Becarios La Caixa” interviews MedWhat Advisor Mario Lanza, covering Stanford and StartX as well as the technology and purpose behind MedWhat. Read the article.

June 21, 2013. (International) Polish MD Luke Kołtowski writes about MedWhat: “[…] unlike other solutions [..] can recognize the intention of the questioner through semantic analysis of the content of the questions.”; “How to ask questions to the service is extremely intuitive”. Read the article.

June 14, 2013.(Television) CBS12 News features MedWhat and interviews MedWhat’s co-founder and CEO, Arturo Devesa. Watch the segment here. One of the biggest milestones for MedWhat,  our first TV coverage!

June 6, 2013. San Francisco Business Times features StartX, including a picture gallery featuring MedWhat Advisor Mario Lanza. Read the article here.

June 5, 2013. Pulse 2.0 features StartX and the companies that presented on Demo Day in May. Read the article here.

May 31, 2013. TheDishDaily features MedWhat, exploring our technology and our Spanish and Chinese apps. Read the article here.

May 31, 2013. PandoDaily features MedWhat, highlighting the increased emphasis on helping medical startups get off the ground. Read the article here.

May 31, 2013. The Stanford Daily features MedWhat. Read the article here.

May 30, 2013. TechCrunch features MedWhat as part of their StartX Demo Day coverage. Read the article here.

April 20, 2013. MedWhat is featured by Apple on the itunes and iphone app store in the medical category as a new and noteworthy top medical app. This is by far the biggest accomplishment and honor to date for MedWhat.

April 19, 2013. MedWhat is featured on MedCityNews. Click here for the article.

April 5, 2013. (Review) appPicker reviews MedWhat for iPad: “This app is incredibly easy to use and allows you to find answers to all your questions very quickly”. Read the review.

March 11, 2013.  MedWhat is proud to announce it has been accepted to Stanford University’s startup accelerator, StartX. This will allow MedWhat to keep growing and providing our customers with better products and services.

December 1, 2012.  MedWhat is proud to announce it has been accepted to Stanford University’s Motwani Labs startup mentoring program.

August 2, 2012. MedWhat has been invited to present at the Health 2.0 Conference in San Francisco from October 7–10th at the Hilton Hotel. You will see the very latest technologies in Healthcare IT and the future of technology in healthcare.

June 12, 2012. MedWhat presents at the Stanford University AIMS E-Challenge Finale.

January 3, 2012. Medwhat opens office in Palo Alto, California – the heart of Silicon Valley.

April 15, 2011., Inc. wins $30,000 at the Florida Atlantic University 2011 Business Plan Competition. FAU alumnus, Ralph de la Vega, president and chief executive officer of AT&T (NYSE: ATT) Mobility and Consumer Markets, provided the keynote address.

February 1, 2011.’s medical Q&A engine prototype goes live out of the founder’s college apartment.

April 9, 2010., Inc. is incorporated as a business entity.