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An introduction to Sleep Cycle

11 March 2021 19.30
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Sleep is vital for a healthy life. A significant amount of research points to the negative effects of long-term sleep deprivation in the form of increased risk of heart diseases, depression and stress.

Lack of sleep can lead to a higher risk of accidents and productivity losses. 

With millions of users worldwide, Sleep Cycle has become the world’s richest repository of data on global sleep habits.

In 2020 alone, Sleep Cycle analyzed over 2.9 billion hours of sleep, hundreds of millions of snoring minutes, billions of inhalations and exhalations and hundreds of thousands of other sound clips from our users' sleep environments.

The platform generates nightly sleep reports, tracks long-term sleep trends, and logs how daily activities impact sleep quality. With strong connections to worldwide sleep research, Sleep Cycles anonymised data sharing efforts help improve global understanding of how we sleep.

In this event, part of the Intellecutal Forum and ThinkLab's Sleep Week, we will be joined by Sleep Cycle's CTO Mikael Kågebäck and Malin Abrahamsson, Director of PR and Partnerships.

They will talk about how their AI technology is trying to solve the global problem of poor sleep by giving people tailored analysis and information about their nocturnal habits. 

More about the speakers:

Mikael Kågebäck is the CTO of Sleep Cycle. Before transitioning to the role of CTO, Mikael designed the audio based sleep tracking system of Sleep Cycle and was the head of the core technology team. 

Malin Abrahamsson is the Director of PR and Partnerships at Sleep Cycle. Since first joining the company in 2014, Malin has managed all external communications efforts for the company. This has included translating sleep data into news and stories, as well as contributing sleep data to research projects that increase sleep awareness and understanding worldwide.

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