Israeli startup Zebra says it has created a way to detect the clogging of arteries early with new CT …

Zebra Medical Vision secures $12 million for machine learning diagnosis. Photo credit: Zebra Medical Vision Zebra’s imaging technology could soon expand to cover chests and abdomens, as well as X-rays and MRIs &nbspGedalyah Reback59 mins ago Israeli startup Zebra Medical Vision has two new algorithms to better detect clogged arteries and fatty liver in patients’ CT scans. The company uses deep learning and computer vision to better detect anomalies in CTs, with its development now bearing fruit. Zebra’s founder describes why, in his company’s view, such a specific set of algorithms is necessary now. “Radiologists are trained (and have time) to look for findings related to the original reason for the scan. It is nearly impossible for them to analyze all the various possibilities and organs in the scan,” Zebra CEO and Co-founder…


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