GE-backed deep learning startup Arterys bumps up Series A to M+ as it nears cardio launch …

Image created by Arterys’ system–Courtesy of Arterys Medical imaging deep learning startup Arterys has a major partnership with GE ($GE) and a cardio product launch teed up as part of that for this fall. Now, it’s lined up a more than $12 million Series A financing to help it transition into its next field–oncology. The San Francisco, CA-based startup had previously disclosed a smaller sum for that Series A of $7 million late last year. GE was able to integrate Arterys’ work into its products quickly due to an existing relationship between Stanford University and GE. They’re also both investors through GE Ventures and Stanford-StartX Fund, which was co-founded by the StartX accelerator, Stanford University and Stanford Health Care. Emergent Medical Partners led the round, with participation from Norwich Ventures…


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