Vuno said that it would collaborate with Daegu Fatima Hospital to establish an artificial intelligence (AI)-based medical service, by installing its medical AI solutions that effectively assist in-hospital diagnosis.
|Vuno CEO Lee Ye-ha (third from left) and Daegu Fatima Hospital Director Park Jin-mi hold up an agreement to cooperate on AI-based medical service at Daegu Fatima Hospital last Friday.|
The two sides have agreed to cooperate actively in the development of medical services in Daegu and on the need to strengthen their competitiveness.
According to a press release, Fatima Hospital has been providing patient-centered, high-quality care for 63 years. In 2018, the hospital produced excellent results in treating major cancer diseases such as colorectal, breast, lung and stomach cancer, under the Health Insurance Review and Assessment Service’s “Four Major Cancer Adequacy Assessment.''
“We expect that the agreement will enable us to build a high-tech medical environment in Daegu and North Gyeongsang Province,” Vuno CEO Lee Ye-ha said. “Vuno will actively cooperate with leading medical institutions in Korea by supporting the diagnosis of specialists and increase benefits for patients.”
Vuno's deep learning technology spans a wide range of fields, including medical image, biosignal, pathological image analysis, and medical voice recognition. The company has successfully entered the commercialization phase of all medical AI solution products, including Vuno Med-Chest X-ray, Vuno Med-BoneAge, Vuno Med-DeepBrain, and Vuno Med-DeepASR.
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