Akili builds clinically-validated cognitive therapeutics, assessments, and diagnostics that look and feel like video games. It aims to develop a new type of electronic medicine that can be deployed remotely directly to any patient anywhere, prescribed and tracked by physicians, with the potential to be developed at a fraction of the cost of traditional medical approaches. Akili’s cognitive engine enables three separate clinical game versions for remote data-capture, with features designed for patient engagement. Its proprietary adaptive mechanics allow the software to automatically personalize to the patient’s ability level with no clinician input required. Akili is based in Boston, Massachusetts.Something looks off?