KNOXVILLE AND NASHVILLE (TN) – Lirio, a behavior change AI company that uses personalized engagement to improve health outcomes, today announced that its Chief Product Officer Marten den Haring has been appointed Chief Operating Officer, effective immediately. Den...
Join us as we discuss the science behind making commitments with Managing Director at Irrational Labs, Evelyn Gosnell. Evelyn explains how lack of awareness of intent, goals, or future obstacles can impede behavior change progress and how to leverage those insights in product and app design.
Recently, we were excited to announce the formation of Lirio’s Behavioral Reinforcement Learning Lab (BReLL), and the addition of Dr. John Seely Brown (JSB) as the Lab’s scientific advisor. We view the BReLL as our opportunity to scale the valuable research and...
Bon Secours Mercy Health and Lirio announce a strategic partnership, initiated by a direct investment from Bon Secours Mercy Health in our innovative behavior change AI platform.
Lirio Launches Research Lab to Advance Behavioral Reinforcement Learning and Appoints John Seely Brown as Scientific Advisor
Lirio has formed a new research and development lab to develop behavior change AI solutions. We also welcome tech industry veteran John Seely Brown as scientific advisor.
The Lirio team celebrated Thanksgiving this year by giving back, contributing 1,667 items in a food drive benefitting the East Tennessee communities served by Second Harvest.
Join us as we discuss UX and UI design with VP and Senior UX Designer at Regions Bank, Mike Rapp. Mike discusses his journey shaping user experiences across various industries, the difference between UX and UI, approaches to UX problem solving, and how it all plays into the art of effective email.
This week, Marten J. den Haring, Ph.D., MSc, joins the Lirio team as Chief Product Officer with over 20 years of experience growing major software companies in the US and Canada. Den Haring recently held executive positions at Element AI and Digital Reasoning, two highly respected AI companies.
Listen to Greg and Chandra Osborn, Ph.D., MPH as they discuss Chandra’s background in behavioral science and psychology, her experience working at Vanderbilt University and One Drop, her exciting position at Lirio, and her affinity for pineapples.
Availability Bias is a mental shortcut that leads people to assume that things they can more easily recall are more likely to occur. As a result, people tend to weigh their judgments toward more recent information.