Zebra Medical Vision unveils deep learning research for automated chest X-ray
Current Location:
>
> This Story


Log in or Register to rate this News Story
Forward Printable StoryPrint Comment
advertisement

 

advertisement

 

X-Ray Homepage

Q&A with Rafael Hernandez, medical imaging senior manager at North Colorado Medical Center, Greeley, Colorado Discussing ceiling mounted X-ray systems and the considerations made when updating equipment

CSI screenings can reduce CT scans by half for children with blunt trauma CSI testing has risen 400 percent in the past two decades

GE and Australian partners to develop AI for brain aneurysm tracking and diagnosis Will prevent brain hemorrhaging

First scan in US performed with uEXPLORER Total-Body PET/CT Can scan an entire patient within 15 to 30 seconds

CT scans link progression of emphysema to air pollution Severity roughly equal to smoking a pack a day for 29 years

X-ray reveals grill-brush wire behind woman's dangerous breathing ills Half-inch bristle had been grilled onto a seared hot dog

X-ray scan reveals more than 500 teeth lodged in boy’s jaw Doctors determine cause to be compound composite ondontoma

Swedish court upholds C-RAD as owner of patent for imaging detector invention Part of lawsuit between C-RAD and Beamocular

Rate of pregnant women undergoing CT scans rising dramatically Researchers advise considering medical necessity before undergoing scans

Progenics collabs with VA on AI research for prostate cancer treatment Apply machine learning to medical images

Zebra Medical Vision unveils deep learning research for automated chest X-ray

by John R. Fischer , Staff Reporter

The unveiling of the Israeli enterprise’s research follows the recent CE markings for its seventh AI imaging algorithm, designed to detect suspected malignant lesions in mammograms, and its bleed detection algorithm.

In addition to the unveiling of its research, Zebra Medical Vision also announced its C round funding of $30 million, bring its total investment as a company to $50 million. AMoon Ventures led the investment, which included Aurum, Johnson & Johnson Innovation JJDC Inc., Intermountain Healthcare, and leading global AI scientists, professor Fei Fei Lee and Richard Socher.
Story Continues Below Advertisement

Servicing GE/Siemens Nuclear Medicine equipment with OEM trained engineers

Numed, a well established company in business since 1975 provides a wide range of service options including time & material service, PM only contracts, full service contracts, labor only contracts & system relocation. Call 800 96 Numed for more info.




The company is currently exploring a similar technique for AP chest X-ray scans, and musculoskeletal and abdominal radiographies.

The findings are available on the arXiv.org e-Print archive and will be presented at the 21st International Conference on Medical Image Computing and Computer Assisted Intervention this September in Granada, Spain.

Back to HCB News
<< Pages: 1 - 2

X-Ray Homepage


You Must Be Logged In To Post A Comment