By harnessing advanced machine-learning techniques to analyze medical images, this Kibbutz Shefayim-based start-up aims to help medical professionals generate automated, accurate and timely diagnoses.
After raising $8m. in 2015, just a year after its founding, the company received an additional $12m. investment last year. Zebra’s self-described mission involves “teaching computers to detect and diagnose critical medical conditions” through algorithms that strive to assist radiologists in detecting indications that might otherwise be overlooked, and in understanding the medical profiles of their patients.
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