News | Advanced Visualization | April 25, 2017

Fovia and Predible Health Combine XStream HDVR with Deep Learning to Fight Cancer

Alliance overcomes major obstacle in deployment of AI

Fovia and Predible Health Combine XStream HDVR with Deep Learning to Fight Cancer

April 25, 2017 — Fovia Inc. and Predible Health announced a new collaboration to combine high-quality imaging performance and accuracy with state-of-the-art deep learning algorithms to help physicians deliver better care in the fight against cancer.

The collaboration combines Fovia’s volume rendering with Predible’s deep learning. Predible’s artificial intelligence algorithms quickly and accurately unlock hidden insights that help physicians characterize diseases to plan and deliver personalized treatment.

With Fovia’s zero-footprint XStream HDVR WebSDK, Predible is able to offer physicians the quality of High Definition Volume Rendering, the power of F.A.S.T. Interactive Segmentation, and the ability to easily and quickly examine, manipulate and quantify imaging features through browser-based software, regardless of where the original data resides. Such functionality boosts the confidence that physicians place in algorithm-aided treatment, thereby increasing physician adoption — the primary challenge facing the deployment of data-driven medicine.

For more information: www.fovia.com, www.prediblehealth.com

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