NTT Data launches AI-based COVID-19 diagnosis imaging service in India

Monday 1 June 2020 | 19:10 CET | News
NTT Data and its Indian partner DeepTek have launched a project at the Ruby Hall Clinic in India. NTT Data and DeepTek will use an AI-based diagnostic imaging support service to support the diagnosis of COVID-19 cases. This service uses AI to analyze a patient's medical images to assist doctors with their diagnoses, as well as support triage and other management practices.

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