Tag: Healthcare

[Zebra in NoCamels] Zebra Medical wins Atlas Award

Israeli startup Zebra Medical Vision has won the Atlas Award, given by the Ayn Rand Center Israel. Zebra Medical Vision is an Israeli deep-learning imaging analytics company that can detect breast cancer and other diseases. Headquartered in Kibbutz Shefayim, Zebra was founded in 2014 by Eyal Toledano, Eyal Gura, and Elad Benjamin. To date, the Israeli startup has raised $20 million. Read more on NoCamels...

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[Scopio in Globes] Digital microscopy company Scopio Labs raises $7M

Scopio Labs, founded in 2015 by CEO Itai Hayut and Erez Na’aman, develops next-generation digital microscopes, based on computational imaging breakthroughs, as well as a suite of dedicated image analysis tools. Their products enable dramatic clinical and research improvements in diverse areas such as cancer, hematology and cytology, while powering further innovation in areas such as academic research and drug discovery. The company will use the funds to expand the team based in Tel Aviv, and is hiring computer vision experts, physicists and software developers. Read more on Globes...

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[Scopio in The Times of Israel] Israel’s Scopio raises $7 million for digital microscopes

Israel’s Scopio Labs, a maker of digital microscopes, has raised $7 million in a seed investment round that includes $2.5 million from OurCrowd, the Jerusalem based crowdfunding VC. Founded in 2015 by Itai Hayut and Erez Na’aman, Scopio developed a digital microscope and software tools that enable researchers to take high resolution scans of their lab slides and share them with other researchers remotely. Read more on The Times of Israel here....

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[Zebra in MobiHealthNews] In-depth: AI in healthcare- where we are now and what’s next

Another promising area is medical imaging. In November, Israel-based Zebra Medical Vision, a machine-learning imaging analytics company, announced the launch of new platform that allows people upload and receive analysis of their medical scans from anywhere with an internet connection. Zebra launched in 2014 with a mission to teach computers to automatically analyze medical images and diagnose various conditions, from bone health to cardiovascular disease. The company has steadily built up an imaging database, which they are combining with deep learning techniques in order to developing algorithms to automatically detect and diagnose medical conditions. Another Israeli company with a similar offering is AiDoc, which just raised $7 million. Read more on MobiHealthNews...

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