Founders Akanksha Shelat and Alexandra Assouad prioritizes cultural competence for Mind-Easy, providing knowledge and tools in more than 100 languages, dialects, and accents.
“This platform is designed to provide personalized care to patients, using a proprietary human taxonomy and artificial intelligence to deliver tailored mental health plans,” says Akanksha, who graduated from the Faculty of Arts & Science majoring in Computer Science and Cognitive Science.
From the start, the co-founders' goal was to solve two major problems: the shortage of therapists and the lack of cultural competence. Mind-Easy checks both boxes.
“Cultural competence is essential when providing proper mental health care,” says Alexandra, a Rotman Commerce graduate.
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