News | Artificial Intelligence | May 06, 2021

Forbes AI 50 Selects Nines as one of the Most Promising AI Companies

Nines owns Nines Radiology, a leading radiology practice group utilizing artificial intelligence to improve report delivery

Nines owns Nines Radiology, a leading radiology practice group utilizing artificial intelligence to improve report delivery

May 6, 2021 — Forbes recently announced that Nines, Inc. has been selected one of 50 most promising private AI companies in the US and Canada. The Forbes AI 50 highlights companies that are using artificial intelligence (AI) in meaningful ways and demonstrating business potential.

“Being included in this list of ‘Most Promising AI Companies’ is a true honor,” said David Stavens, CEO of Nines, Inc. “To achieve this selection is a validation of our unique approach to deliver quality, reliable care to patients in hospitals, imaging centers and radiology practices.”

According to Forbes, the magazine received nearly 400 submissions from the US and Canada. Out of the 400, the finalists were whittled down to 100 companies. The judges, leading experts in AI, then selected the 50 most compelling companies. Nines is the only teleradiology practice included in the list.

The Forbes AI list features 31 companies appearing for the first time. At least 13 are valued at $100 million or less, while 13 are valued at $1 billion or more. Silicon Valley remains the hub for the AI startups, with 37 of the 50 honorees come from the San Francisco Bay area.

For more information: www.nines.com

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