Scott Cote
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Scott Cote

Over 30 years in study and research of human physiology and health. Designed key processes for building confirmed knowledge systems defining human physiological function. 25+ years as an expert in human biomechanical function Self published author

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/scottgrrithm/
Orinda, California, United States
Member since December 04, 2019
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To advance medicine we need to be able to mimic each person's lifestyle and environmental variables against their unique digital twin Quote_down
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I see the "Relationships and Dependencies" within medical knowledge that defines the human body. This provides me with a natural ability to simulate lifestyle and environmental variables against each person's unique physiology. I reflect back on proven medical data to ensure this process remains as accurate as possible.

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Entrepreneur

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I designed a process to ensure medical knowledge is applied to its fullest without corruption from poor recall and personal biases.
Self Published and Authored a fictional novel.
Developed a therapeutic method for understand and solving complex biomechanical dysfunctions.
Received a certification in medical thermal imaging
Co-designed a system for quantifying biomechanical function and dysfunction

If you're an entrepreneur or corporate innovator, why?

I was born with an ability to see and solve certain human health challenges and this ability drives me.

My favorite startups:

Soul Machines, Arterys, Calm, Headspace, Deepmind

Why did you start your company or why do you want to innovate inside your company?

Current medicine is attempting to solve complex human health challenges while missing 90%+ of the essential lifestyle and environmental variables.
Current medical approaches see 7.6B people as identical.
Mental, emotional, social, environmental, and physiological stress negatively impacts human health.
I realized we could solve these major issues by applying digital twin technologies within interactive applications and digital health tracking devices.
Once I knew this, the knowing became the driving force.

What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?

The knowing and seeing are both rewarding and painful: I see the suffering and the solution at the same time.
Fund raising without family wealth and contacts are a challenge. Doing this as a person who has spent a lifetime of learning without receiving a degree from an ivy league school presents vast space between the entrepreneur and investors.

What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs/innovators make?

It doesn't matter what you as the entrepreneur like, don't like, would use, wouldn't use, its understanding what many in society would. This takes understanding as much as possible regarding those peoples lives and situations. Keep personal biases out of the equation!
Examples: For hundreds of years men would not invest in woman's health products and services because they themselves wouldn't use them. A savy investor would not neglect over 50% of the population and at that the gender that makes 87% of all household healthcare decisions.

What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?

You might move quickly but most of the investors with the money don't.
Be ready to be uncomfortable most of the time
Open your mind to learning new things that will make you uncomfortable.

Are you willing to sacrifice years of your life, financial security and every relationship you have?

Entrepreneurs leave a fallout of injury in their quests to bring solutions to the world. 95% of society complain daily about serious issues, yet they will avoid stepping into the shoes of an entrepreneur for that very reason.
The answer is Yes for me. To my wife, daughters, relatives and friends, I will do my very best to solve your health issues and say I am sorry for what it will take.

Full bio

Grfr-ithm's Founder, Creator & CEO

Scott has spent the last 30 years dedicating his life to the study and research of human physiology and dysfunction.  He has applied his research to create unique and groundbreaking approaches to medical and healthcare solutions including a proprietary therapeutic process and a system for identifying, tracking, and understanding human biomechanical function and dysfunction.

His most current vision and venture is Grr-ithm, Inc.  This tech company uses Artificial Intelligence to generate full simulation models (digital twins) of a person’s unique state of health based on their genes, lifestyle and environments.  This digital twin can then be used to mimic disease, disorder and dysfunction, thus, exposing their origins, pathways and processes. Scott is the creator of the concept of Grr-ithm’s first product, Mira.

Additional Experience:

      Former CEO Sherlock-NMD, LLC- quantifying human biomechanical function and dysfunction using 3D envelops of function in a 3D environment.

      Previously certified in medical thermal imaging

      16 years serving as a strength and conditioning coach with college athletes and the general population

      25+ years as a biomechanical specialist applying Grr-ithm’s foundational concepts with professional and college athletes, Hollywood Elites, geriatrics, pediatrics, and the remainder of the general population.

      Author of Medica: An American Crime Story in the Advent of AI-

      A fictional story broaching the sensitive subject of is AI good or evil-will AI be the healer or the killer in healthcare?