Our mission is to improve patient outcomes and expand healthcare access using AI tools to democratize echo, the most commonly used tool for detection of heart risk.

Heart disease is the #1 killer worldwide

Echocardiography (ultrasound of the heart) is the first test of choice for cardiologists since, compared to other imaging methods, as it’s

Less Expensive

More Mobile

Non-Invasive & Radiation Free

eko.ai is building a future where everyone, from the most advanced tech-driven regions to the most resource-constrained communities, can have equal access to high quality, consistent, and inexpensive echo analysis, for a better heart and a better life.

eko.ai is an Agency for Science, Technology, and Research (A*STAR) – backed company with funding from the ATPL (A*ccelerate Technologies Pte. Ltd.) Gap funding program.



The company’s founders bring decades of experience building technology companies from zero to IPO, running echo core labs and leading global, cardiological clinical trials.  Together, we’ve partnered with data scientists from Singapore’s Bioinformatics Institute and the Institute for High-Performance Computing to make life easier for echo specialists everywhere.

Founding Team

Dr Carolyn Lam

Director of the Clinical & Translational Research Office, National Heart Centre of Singapore. Professor of Cardiology at Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School. Leads multiple global clinical trials.

Received the L’Oreal Women in Science award. Currently on the Editorial Boards of Circulation, and the European Journal of Heart Failure, with prior editorial posts at 10 other journals. Has published over 175 peer reviewed articles and books. Host of the weekly medical podcast Circulation on the Run, and co-host of the television show Body & Soul.

PhD Univ. Groningen. Masters Mayo Clinic. Stanford GSB exec. program.


James Hare

Co-founder and President of eDreams (2014 IPO), one of Europe’s largest e-commerce sites with a global presence in 44 countries and over €4.5 billion in annual bookings. Biz dev and marketing roles throughout US, Europe and Asia, with EFI, UbiSoft, Netscape and the World Economic Forum.

MBA Stanford. BA Harvard.

Dr Yoran Hummel

Founder and GM of the Groningen Imaging Core Lab. Cardiovascular researcher with a special interest in echocardiography, diastology and cardio-mechanics. 

Phd Univ. Groningen.


Dr Paul Seekings

Former CTO at Embodied Sensing, specialised in networked noise level monitoring systems and classification systems.  Research Fellow developing biomemetic hand held imaging sonar/visual imaging devices to assist divers navigating underwater in poor visibility.

PhD, Computational and Applied Math focused on mathematical modelling, ultrasound signal processing and imaging, neural networks, deep learning for classification. 


Dr Martin Cowie

Chair of the European Society of Cardiology Digital Health Committe.  Chair of Cardiology, Imperial College London. Hon. Consultant Cardiologist, Royal Brompton Hospital. Ex-Chair British Society for Heart Failure. Member, European Society of Cardiology’s EU Affairs Committee. Major research interests in health technology assessment with a particular focus on new technologies: diagnostics, drugs or devices.

MSc in Epidemiology, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine.

Dr Bijan Dorri

Advisor for Medical Technologies, A*STAR. Former CTO, GE Healthcare Systems, Molecular Imaging and CT. Affiliate Professor Univ. of Washington. Managing Director, China Technology Center, for GE.

PhD Univ. of Washington in Mechanical Engineering. BS in Chemical Engineering, Shiraz Univ.

Dr Ken Stein

Dr. Ken Stein is currently Senior Vice President and Chief Medical Officer for Rhythm Management and Global Health Policy at Boston Scientific.

Ken is a Phi Beta Kappa graduate of Harvard College, and earned his MD from New York University School of Medicine. He completed his medical internship, residency, cardiology and cardiac electrophysiology training at The New York-Presbyterian Hospital/Weill Cornell Medical Center. 

Jeremy Lim

Mr Jeremy Lim is Partner, Health & Life Sciences Asia Pacific, at Oliver Wyman. He advises senior officials at public sector agencies and has extensive experience consulting and advising multinational private and NGO clients on national and regional strategies for go-to-market plans and implementation, government engagement and public-private partnerships.

Jeremy is also active in academia, holding appointments at several universities. He teaches at the National University of Singapore (Saw Swee Hock School of Public Health, and Duke-NUS medical school), and in 2013 authored Myth or Magic: The Singapore Healthcare System, a book that draws lessons from the Singapore health system for health reform efforts in other countries.

Prior to joining Oliver Wyman, Jeremy trained in surgery and public health. He has worked in senior executive roles in both public and private sectors, including time spent as a senior official in the Ministry of Health Singapore where he was also involved in a number of ‘Whole of Government’ initiatives.

Dr Scott Solomon

Professor of Medicine, Harvard. Director, Noninvasive Cardiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Director, Cardiac Imaging Core Lab, Brigham and Women’s Hospital. Doctor of Medicine, Harvard. AB Neuroscience, Williams College.

Dr Rahul Deo

Chief Data Scientist at One Brave Idea. Lead Investigator, Division of Cardiology, Brigham and Women’s Hospital. 

Former Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of California, San Francisco and Principal Investigator at the Cardiovascular Research Institute.  He was also a faculty member of the Institute for Human Genetics and the Institute for Computational Health Sciences at UCSF, and the California Institute for Quantitative Biosciences.

Dr Justin Ezekowitz

Professor, Division of Cardiology, University of Alberta. Director of the Heart Function Clinic, Mazankowski Alberta Heart Institute. Co-Director of the Canadian VIGOUR Centre.