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Startup får millioner til at finde sygdomme på røntgenbilleder

Det danske tech-firma Radiobotics vil ved hjælp af kunstig intelligens hjælpe røntgenafdelinger med hurtigere at udpege tegn på sygdom. Firmaet har netop fået tildelt millionstørre fra EU og Innovationsfonden, skriver finans.dk.

Den danske virksomhed Radiobotics vil analysere røntgenbilleder med kunstig intelligens. | Photo: PR

Den danske virksomhed Radiobotics, som blev stiftet i 2017, er netop blevet tildelt millionstøtte fra EU og Innovationsfonden, skriver finans.dk.

"Ved hjælp af kunstig intelligens kan vores teknologi afhjælpe et voksende globalt problem med mangel på specialiserede røntgenlæger. Pengene kan hjælpe os med at få teknologien fra tegnebrættet og ud på hospitalerne," siger Mads Jarner Brevadt, adm. direktør i Radiobotics.

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