Startup gets M Series A, GE partnership to apply machine learning to medical imaging

Image created by Arterys’ system–Courtesy of Arterys A lot of money and energy is being invested in improving upon and supplementing the analysis conducted by radiologists of medical images. The expectation is that computers will offer a more precise and consistent inspection than practiced human eyes that will be applied to ever more sophisticated, timely and complex medical images. The latest deals to attest to this trend come from newly launched Arterys, which has closed a $7 million Series A financing almost in tandem with a partnership with imaging giant GE Healthcare ($GE). The San Francisco, CA-based startup is working to apply cloud computing and machine learning to enhance the analysis of medical imaging. The company was launched publicly at the recent Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) meeting in…


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