By: John LoGioco, CCO.
Our team here at Zebra Medical Vision was proud to support local high school athletes by sponsoring the Rumson Boat Race, held in Rumson New Jersey. Proceeds from the event help support the boys and girls crew teams from the local high school, Rumson Fair Haven.
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By: Elad Benjamin.
Four years ago I joined Zebra, then just starting out, as a third co-founder. The dream that attracted me to join the two Eyal-s was (and still is) very big – to create a software product capable of automatically reading and diagnosing imaging data. Since then we have grown our team to 40 strong, created one of the largest imaging databases in the world and developed products that can automatically identify liver, lung, cardiovascular and other conditions.
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By: Jonathan Laserson, PhD. Lead AI Researcher
At Zebra-med we set out on a long journey to create an automated radiology assistant – to help radiologists become more efficient and enable them to take care of many more patients. With 2 billion people joining the middle class worldwide and a growing global shortage of clinical experts, there is a sense of urgency to develop technology which can help bridge the gap between supply and demand of radiology services – technology such as the one I’ll discuss here. Continue reading “TextRay: Mining Clinical Reports to Gain a Broad Understanding of Chest X-rays”
By: John LoGioco, CCO.
The common rhetoric around AI and medical imaging is that AI technology will eliminate jobs. However, as AI technology starts to be implemented within clinical workflows the introduction of new technology will likely create more opportunities for employment in the near term. This is evident in the bone health sector, specifically within how Fracture Liaison Services (FLS) programs are being executed.
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As 2017 draws to a close, I wanted to share this past year’s highlights with all of you, who have been supporting us since we started our journey of providing high-quality, accessible imaging analytics for everyone.
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By: Elad Benjamin
As we get ready to head out to the annual Radiology Society of North America (RSNA) conference, we’re excited to be profiled in their new Machine Learning Showcase along with our two partners, Google and Carestream. Even more so, the team here at Zebra Medical Vision is feeling very fortunate that so many partners have already come forward to integrate our technology into their PACS viewers.
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By: Eyal Gura
Before the weekend, we announced the launch of AI1, a new way of making our artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms – current and future – available to healthcare providers for $1 per scan. We’re so happy to have seen this social-impact business model covered in by Forbes , Engadget, Venturebeat, and other notable publications. among others.
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By: Elad Benjamin
Over the last few years, we’ve been hard at work at Zebra to develop and introduce AI into radiology. We’ve written before about why this is important to us, based on the challenges this field is facing, and the impact we believe we can make. Healthcare is challenging – with long cycles, regulatory barriers and slow adoption of new technology, but our vision of affordable, accessible imaging technology for everyone keeps us continually thinking of ways to accelerate the realization of those goals.
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Reflections on Healthcare/ AI Startups While Avoiding Altitude Sickness
Last week, I had a hard time breathing. This wasn’t due to my regular startup day at Zebra Medical Vision, but rather a (naive?) part of summiting Mount Kilimanjaro for my 40th birthday, also known as the rooftop of Africa.
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