The province Noord-Holland and RVO have awarded the MIT R&D grant for improving WSK Medical’s AI digital pathology toolkit and further enhance the automated AI analysis pipeline in the Slide Score platform. The aim of the project is to further validate the automated pipeline of AI algorithms in the Slide Score platform with specific focus on the CORRY prototype for colorectal cancer. The current CORRY prototype will be made available in the Slide Score platform to validate and further enhance the integrated digital pathology AI toolkit that WSK Medical and Slide Score have been working on the past years. The project will be the next step in working towards a fully integrated digital pathology workflow for cancer detection.
“This funding will allow us to further optimize our annotation and image analysis workflows, bringing the benefits to both new and existing customers,” Slide Score’s CEO Jan Hudecek explained.
Marius Wellenstein, CEO of WSK Medical: “We are excited to enable further adoption of Artificial Intelligence solutions to enhance analysis of cancerous tumours and connect each component in the pathology workflow into a fully integrated and comprehensive solution. We are thrilled to be able to do this with a great company like Slide Score.”
WSK Medical B.V.
WSK Medical develops Artificial Intelligence supported diagnostic tools to assist in the early detection of cancerous tumours. Our aim is to bring you the most advanced Artificial Intelligence technologies to assist Clinicians and Doctors. We do this by working in partnership, to develop sophisticated image recognition systems. For more information about our AI solutions, please contact us.
Slide Score B.V.
Slide Score is a web-based histopathology image management platform developed with the Netherlands Cancer Institute to help pathologists view, share and gather data from microscopy slides. To learn more, please visit www.slidescore.com.
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