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Early Money: This is how this San Francisco startup aims to help people with cerebral palsy and multiple sclerosis

As the world’s population ages in the coming years, it is likely that an increasing number will be challenged by disabilities that impede their movements. Jeremiah Robison got an up-close view of such challenges raising a daughter with cerebral palsy. Robison was determined to do something about those problems, thinking advances in sensors and machine learning could be used to help give people with disabilities greater mobility. So he founded Cionic Inc. in 2018 to work on solutions. The launch of San Francisco…

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