Zebra Medical Vision raises million for automatic diagnosis of body scans

Zebra Medical Vision secures $12 million for machine learning diagnosis. Photo credit: Zebra Medical Vision Zebra capitalizes on Israel’s strong computer vision industry and automates medical diagnoses computed by looking at x-rays, MRIs, and other scans &nbspGedalyah Reback1 hour ago Shefayim-based Zebra Medical Vision roped in $12 million for its computer vision auto-diagnosing solution. The new investment was led by Intermountain Healthcare with participation from existing funders Khosla Ventures and Marc Benioff. The round brings their total funding to $20 million following an $8 million round in April 2015. Zebra capitalizes on Israel’s strong computer vision industry and automates medical diagnoses computed by looking at x-rays, MRIs, and other scans. The company already claims hundreds of thousands of cases have been scanned with algorithms specifically focused on liver health, lung…


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