Revolutionizing Medical Imaging through Artificial Intelligence
What do you find at the intersection of artificial intelligence (AI), the cloud and medical imaging? The pioneering San Francisco-based start-up, Arterys. As WIRED put it, it developed an AI algorithm using MR images to draw up the contours of the heart’s four chambers, measuring precisely how much blood they move with each contraction.
Cardiologists usually need 30 to 60 minutes to calculate the volume of blood transported with each pump, but Arterys’ AI comes up with the answer within seconds. I asked Carla Leibowitz, Arterys’ Head of Strategy and Marketing about their innovative solution.