Care Mentor AI won a grant from the THE FOUNDATION FOR ASSISTANCE TO SMALL INNOVATIVE ENTERPRISES (FASIE) for the refinement and implementation of a neural network model for radiological diagnosis of lung cancer.
The received funding in the amount of 10 million rubles will be used for the new software product - a computer vision system for diagnosing lung cancer based on computed tomography data. Care Mentor AI software analyzes chest CT scans, identifies solid and subsolid focal lesions, and establishes the likelihood of their malignant nature.
The Care Mentor AI system automates the diagnostic process, significantly reducing the degree of routine burden on the doctor, thereby significantly increasing the speed of detection and quantitative description of pathological findings, acting as an effective and accurate assistant to the radiologist.
“Modern oncology is based on the development of promising approaches to malignancy early diagnostics. Early detection of tumors largely determines the success of further interventions as well as patients quality of life. Our computer vision system for lung lesion detection based on the chest computed tomography "CT Onco Mentor" was developed taking into consideration the need to increase the speed and accuracy of detecting even very small lesions, " - Dmitry Blinov, Head of Research and Development Department, Care Mentor AI.
“We are grateful to theFOUNDATION FOR ASSISTANCE TO SMALL INNOVATIVE ENTERPRISES for the trust in our team. We are confident that our developments will help save the lives of patients with serious illnesses, thanks to timely and accurate diagnostics ”- Ilya Plisko, CEO of Care Mentor AI.
The work is carried out in order to implement the national program "Digital Economy of the Russian Federation".
THE FOUNDATION FOR ASSISTANCE TO SMALL INNOVATIVE ENTERPRISES (FASIE)
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