GE Healthcare has selected six Indian start-ups Synapsica, Cancer Moonshot, DeepTek, ORBO AI, 5C Network and Predible for its collaboration program on the Edison platform. These startups will work on providing healthcare solutions on the Edison platform to improve patient experiences.
GE Healthcare announced about “Edison[X] – Start-ups powered by GE Healthcare” in August 2019. Applications were invited from Indian start-ups for the collaborative program. A three stage process was followed by GE Healthcare to screen the applications. Four start-ups from Bengaluru, one from Pune and one from Mumbai got shortlisted for the program. The start-ups were screened on different parameters such as business plan, team capabilities and other different areas.
The start-ups that were chosen for “Edison[X] – Start-ups powered by GE Healthcare”:
It is a platform that uses AI, Computer Vision and data analytics to save reporting time for radiologists.
It uses innovated assisted and augmented (AaA) imaging focused algorithmic tools designed by experts. It covers a wide sphere of medical imaging like radiographs, computed tomography (CT) scans and MRI.
5C Network (Bengaluru)
It works towards solving the fundamental problem of lack of access to specialists for quality diagnosis, especially in non-urban areas.
Cancer Moonshot (Bengaluru)
It is a cancer care AI software to conquer cancer using precision oncology software decisions by blending Artificial Intelligence and Oncologist Intelligence for better outcomes
ORBO AI (Mumbai)
It is a computer vision research startup that brings AI automation and superior visual enhancement stack to the edge-based applications.
It is a company catering to a large patient population facing respiratory conditions and the company aims to enable precision diagnostics for pulmonologists through their LungIQ platform.
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Compiled by: Pallavi Shroff