Marko Ahtisaari used to be head of Nokia’s design team in its pre-Microsoft period. Now he’s become the CEO of a startup called The Sync Project, which has a musical focus. “The Sync Project’s mission is to develop music as medicine. We are building a data platform that maps music characteristics to real time,

objective measurements of physiology from a rapidly growing variety of sensors and devices,” explained a blog post by Ahtisaari and co-founder Ketki Karanam. “The platform will enable discovery and validation of music signatures that are effective for health… Music has been utilized in interventions related to pain, stroke, anxiety, Parkinson’s, dementia, and depression, to mention a few.” One to keep an eye on.

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