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Global digital pathology market forecasted to reach $600M by 2022

31st January 2019 – Featured on Health Imaging – The world market for digital pathology is expected to rise to $600 million by 2022, according to a new report from Signify Research. But it will have to overcome some strong obstacles first. “The interest and enthusiasm for digital pathology has ebbed and flowed over the […]

Four Trends That May Steal The Show at HIMSS 2019

31st January 2019 – Featured on HealthData Management’s website – In less than two weeks, 45,000 health IT professionals, clinicians, executives and “technology superheroes” (a HIMSS’ term, not ours, but one we’re going to run with) will descend on Orlando for the annual HIMSS conference. Click here to continue reading on HealthData Management’s website… 

Funding for Medical Imaging AI Companies Tops $1.2 Billion

31st January 2019 – Featured in AI in Healthcare – Companies developing machine-learning solutions for medical imaging have received more than $1.2 billion in capital investments since 2014, according to a report by Signify Research. Investments in medical imaging AI companies have grown significantly since 2017, when total investments reached $270 million. In 2018, total investments reached […]

How AI Could Change Healthcare, for Better or Worse

23rd January 2019 – Featured on CSO’s website – Expectations for the use of artificial intelligence in the healthcare field are high, possibly even over exaggerated. In fact, a report published in the New England Journal of Medicine by Jonathan Chen and Steven Asch said, “in the ‘hype cycle’ of emerging technologies, machine learning now rides atop the ‘peak […]

Hi-Tech Miracles, But Not for Everyone

02nd January 2019 – Featured in la Repubblica Newspaper – Artificial intelligence and computers will help us to prevent many diseases. Thanks to the study of millions of analyzes and exams But who will use this data? And who will be able to manage them? Click here to continue reading on la Repubblica.it website…