Tagged artificial intelligence (AI)


Q&A: How one startup supports IBD patients

Web content editor Ian Bolland caught up with Roeland Pater, co-founder of Nori Health, a healthtech startup that uses an app-based AI-powered digital coach to support people with Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD). The company aims to run a second trial in a clinical environment this summer.  How did Nori come about? Nori’s journey started from my…


Q&A: The startup aiming to improve cancer diagnoses through AI-based analysis of biopsies

Web content editor Ian Bolland caught up with Avi Veidman, CEO of pathology startup Nucleai which aims to make cancer diagnoses more accurate, accessible and efficient through AI-based analysis of biopsies. Give us an idea of the ‘comprehensive suite of solutions that Nucleai offers? Nucleai provides a comprehensive suite of solutions for cancer biopsies relating to gastro, breast and prostate…


Healthtech company develops AI software to control river blindness

An Indian healthtech company has announced it will develop an artificial intelligence (AI) based computer aided-software for controlling spread of River Blindness. Niramai will use its Termalytix technology to detect the presence of live adult worms of Onchocerciasis which causes river blindness and significant disability. The technology is currently being applied to early stage breast…


What to consider before taking on an AI project in healthcare

Mikael Huss, data scientist at Peltarion, writes about the rise of artificial intelligence (AI) and the challenges and opportunities it presents in healthcare.  The potential of AI in healthcare is surging, and its possibilities are well beyond just assisting doctors with simple diagnoses. Deep learning can automate time-consuming tasks such as medical image interpretation, gathering…

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