Bengaluru and Israel based firms join hands to deploy artificial intelligence

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Artificial intelligence is one of the pacts that our hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi signed with the Israel government on Wednesday (July 5th) has bring into a tie-up between Telerad Tech, an affiliate of Teleradiology Solutions, a Bengaluru based company and Zebra Medcial Vision, an Israel based firm working on artificial intelligence.

This agreement between two healthcare companies in India and Israel is done with the objective to bring cutting-edge solutions to India, Asia and Africa. In radiology artificial intelligence will allow auto and intelligent detection of stroke, fractures, cancer and other medical conditions.

Dr Arjun Kalyanpur, founder of Teleradiology Solutions and Telerad Tech said “Our company is proud to serve healthcare systems that treat millions of patients in over 20 countries globally”.

This tie-up helps bring Zebra’s cloud-based deep learning analytics engine to India, said Dr Kalyanpur. “Our focus has always been on high-quality radiology reporting. Zebra’s ability to produce and deploy artificial intelligence for radiology is the exact type of added value we hope to bring about to help fulfil our vision of impacting patient diagnosis and medical care in India, Asia and Africa,” he said.

Teleradiology Solutions provides healthcare systems that treat millions of patients in over 20 countries.

Elad Benjamin, co-founder and CEO of Zebra said: “Our partnership with TRS will help us bridge the growing gap between demand and supply of radiology services, and allow developing healthcare economies to make a leap in their quality of care by using state-of-the-art deep learning technology.”

Zebra, headquartered in Kibbutz Shefayim, Israel, allows healthcare institutions to identify patients at risk of various diseases, through its imaging analytics platform, and offers improved and preventative treatment pathways to improve patient care.

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Himani Sharma, From ITvoir News Desk

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