May 17, 2020

How Samsung is innovating the way we monitor embryos

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How Samsung is innovating the way we monitor embryos
In an attempt to fully monitor the skeletal muscle systems of embryos during pregnancy, South Korea-based Samsung Electronics has developed an ultrasoun...

In an attempt to fully monitor the skeletal muscle systems of embryos during pregnancy, South Korea-based Samsung Electronics has developed an ultrasound diagnosis technology in collaboration with its medical equipment affiliate Samsung Medison.

The diagnosis innovation called Crystal View technology allows doctors to monitor musculoskeletal systems of embryos through the company’s own diagnostic ultrasound technique. It is expected to improve the accuracy of treatments through allowing medical personnel to monitor en embryo’s health conditions in more detail.

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According to Samsung, the technology will receive government approval in within the next month, while market analysts anticipate the technology will surpass existing systems that show the 3D reconstruction of embryonic structures.

One of the leading electronics manufacturers in the world, Samsung has had a long desire to break into the healthcare sector, particularly cultivating diagnostic medical imaging technology.

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“Through our innovative designs and advanced technologies, we remain committed to delivering new solutions that unlock workflow efficiencies for medical professionals as well as improve patients’ lives,” said Samsung Electronics president and head of the health and medical equipment business Soo-In Cho.

“By leveraging the combination of Samsung imaging technology and user-inspired design, we will continue to deliver on our promise of fast, easy and accurate diagnostic solutions for our customers in the healthcare community.”

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Jun 22, 2021

NeuTigers: edge AI in healthcare

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We take a look at edge AI and how NeuTigers is driving this forward in healthcare

What is edge AI? 

Edge AI is essentially a combination of edge computing and artificial intelligence. Algorithms are processed locally - directly on a mobile device or server - rather than in the cloud. This reduces cost, computing power and energy requirements. There are also claims that edge AI is so fast it is possible to reach near real-time analytics

Edge AI devices include smart speakers, smart phones, laptops, robots, self-driven cars, drones, and surveillance cameras that use video analytics. 

Who is NeuTigers? 

NeuTigers is a spin-off company from Princeton University, formed in 2018 to apply edge AI and machine learning to solve challenges in healthcare, energy, productivity, and security. 

With offices in Princeton, NJ, the company is based at one of the top AI accelerator programs of FutureLabs in New York, and has also established a subsidiary in Nice, France.

How is NeuTigers applying edge AI to healthcare? 

The NeuTigers AI Technology Stack uses deep  neural networks that mimic how the human brain perceives and interprets the world. The company has developed the StarDeepTM Smart Health Platform for health monitoring and biomedical imaging, to improve the accuracy and speed of diagnosing diseases. 

NeuTigers say the platform has the potential to monitor and screen for thousands of conditions,  when used in combination with medical devices and  smart sensors already deployed in healthcare settings. 

Are there any real world examples? 

In January NeuTigers launched CovidDeep, a tool that predicts COVID-19 with more than 90% accuracy, using physiological data from a wristband along with blood pressure and blood oxygen readings. It then analyses the data and gives a prediction within two minutes. 

This week NeuTigers announced a new study to detect the early signs of  complications with sickle cell anaemia.  Conducted at a hospital in Paris, the research will begin by looking at changes to skin response, heart beat, sleep and temperature to predict an acute episode of sickle cell anaemia, and how this impacts on the patients’ disease conditions and quality of life. 

The second phase of the project is to expand with prospective studies across different sites in EU, Africa  and the US to explore the models' accuracy and clinical effectiveness. 

They say...

Adel Laoui, CEO and founder of NeuTigers, says: “The best way to deal with a crisis is to avoid it happening in the first place. We are now entering a new era where medical early warning systems have become a reality. 

“We are excited at the possibility of deploying a technology that can save lives of patients dealing with sickle cell anaemia. The potential of the StarDeep platform to dramatically improve patient outcomes while slashing some of the highest costs of healthcare makes it one of the most exciting developments in preventative personal medicine.”

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