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September 21, 2022

France Bleu Hérault: Interview

with the CEO of AI-Stroke 

On the morning of Wednesday 21 September 2022 , the interview of the CEO Cedric Javault by Morgane Guiomard was broadcasted as part of the file : Nouvelle Eco 



18 july 2022

Our clinical trial protocol is deemed acceptable by the CPP

The clinical trial protocol that we have submitted to collect videos of patients in critical phase of stroke has been declared admissible by the Patient Protection Committee. It will be examined by the CPP Nord Ouest IV on September 13, 2022.


September 16, 2022

First videos with healthy patients

To train our AI, in addition to the videos of stroke patients (which will be filmed at the University Hospital of Nîmes), we need videos of healthy patients. For this step, an individual consent is enough: we thank our first 7 volunteers and Villa Helios in Montpellier for their kindness!


September 15, 2022

The Patient Protection Committee

 approves our clinical trial

During its meeting on September 13, 2022, the ethics committee only issued "non-blocking and non-suspensive" remarks. As soon as we have the approval of the CNIL, we will be able to start our collection of videos of stroke patients.


16 may 2022

Entry to Montpellier


Since March 2022, AI-Stroke has been pre-incubated at the Business Innovation Center. The accreditation committee accepted our application on May 16th and we are now fully integrated into the BIC family, like so many great success stories before us! 


9 may 2022

We have the support

of BPI France 


BPI France, the public bank that finances innovation, has just granted us a great mark of confidence with the Bourse French Tech Emergence. It is a 90 000 € grant to help us pay the first innovation expenses: legal expertise, collection of videos of stroke patients in Nîmes, first developments…


28 april 2022
PFEE Project
with EPITA

The School for Computer Science and Advanced Techniques

(EPITA) is the number one engineering school in France for computer science. We are very proud that its managers and students have chosen AI-Stroke for a PFEE project: concretely, a team of 4 students of 4th and 5th year will work during 8 months with Fabien to develop the v1 of our application to collect videos of stroke patients as well as the administration features of the server.


26 april 2022
Promotion agreement 
of CHU of Nîmes

We met this morning with the committee of the Research, Hospital-University and International Partnerships Department of the Nîmes University Hospital, which validates (or not!) clinical research projects: we have obtained the promotion agreement of the Nîmes University Hospital for our preliminary trial of the collection of videos of stroke patients. It will be able to start as soon as we have the validations of the Committee for Patient Protection and of the CNIL.


07 april 2022

Final of the PIVIN

prize of the Polytechnique


Every year, the foundation of Ecole Polytechnique sorts many applications and invites 8 finalists to pitch their project with a high social, societal or environmental impact. Even if we were not awarded, we are very happy to have been able to participate in the final to present AI-Stroke in such a prestigious venue!

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February - March

France AVC's


Many thanks to Mrs. Isabelle FLORENTIN, Acting President of France AVC, who agreed to relay our communication. Thank you also to all the people who answered our call, were kind enough to answer our questions and allow us better understand the expectations of patients who have suffered a stroke, and the expectations of their loved ones.


04 January 2022
The official birth of


Our small company is officially born. At the registry, it has for small name "RCS Montpellier 908 785 470". It is only administrative, but it is nevertheless an important step!

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28 Novembe 2021
An accuracy of 94%

on our prototype 

Using the most recent research papers on stroke, as well as 8 datasets of people who had a stroke or facial paralysis, after several months of work, we achieved 94% accuracy (F1 score for AI specialists) on images of facial paralysis. A beautiful first step that reproduces the results of the best papers of the last years!

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