Tag: Deep learning
RSIP Vision Presents New Technology for Intra-op Virtual Measurements in Laparoscopic and Robotic-Assisted Surgeries Innovative Technology Provides Calibration of Robotic-Assisted Surgeries’ (RAS) Images and a
RSIP Vision Presents New Technology for Non-Invasive Planning of Coronary Intervention Innovative technology provides accurate coronary artery 3D reconstruction from 2D angiography to be used
RSIP Vision Unveils Robust Metal Implant and Anatomical Segmentation Tool, for Improved Planning of Specialized Orthopedic Procedures including Revision Arthroplasty Groundbreaking Module Joins RSIP Vision’s Existing
Image analysis techniques and artificial intelligence are leading to radical innovations in renal cancer diagnosis and treatment. In particular, renal cancer robotic surgery. Advanced AI algorithms and computer vision assist in detecting and classifying all kinds of renal diseases, using segmentation and contour detection. This results in improved diagnostic accuracy and enhanced personalized treatment for patients. Moreover, robotic assistance in renal surgeries has gained increased traction in both complete and partial nephrectomies. Surgical planning and 3D reconstruction based on CT and MRI images play vital roles in successful robotic-assisted kidney-related procedures
PRESS RELEASE – RSIP Vision Launches a New Knee Segmentation and Landmark Detection from X-ray Module
Breakthrough AI technology leads to precise surgery and optimal implant positioning, resulting in improved quality of life for the patients. SILICON VALLEY, CA, September 15,
Upper gastrointestinal cancers, including esophageal cancer and gastric cancer, are among the most common cancers worldwide. However, a lack of endoscopists with colonoscopy skills has been identified and solutions are critically needed. The development of a real-time robust detection system for colorectal neoplasms is needed to significantly reduce the risk of missed lesions during colonoscopy.
The use of deep learning for analysis of multiplex IF has allowed for a much greater accuracy level for the correct phenotypic classification of cells. When combined with RSIP Vision‘s advanced nuclear detection capability, it allows for the simultaneous analysis of multiple florescent markers on a cell by cell basis. This tool is well suited for multiple applications, especially when using multiple markers to characterize distinct cell populations such as in immune-oncology and IBD.
Ear pathologies are common in all age groups, and are one of the leading causes for visiting a doctor. In most cases, proper diagnosis can
New AI technologies by RSIP Vision are very powerful in analysis of tissues and histopathology. This complex task, which has been haunting for years the medical community, has now a very practical solution: deep learning gives very fruitful results to several challenges, like the segmentation of cells and nucleus and the classification of the cells according to the detected pathologies.
RSIP Vision’s oncology software combines detection of lesions and tumors in the human body with tracking those findings along CT scans performed during the research: in particular lung, lymph nodes and liver. These tools enable a quick and accurate assessment of the efficacy of the new treatment.
The golden standard for measuring tumors is the RECIST score. RSIP Vision developed an automated module to accurately measure the RECIST score from CT scans as well as the exact 3D volume of the tumors. Changes in volume are a reliable measure of the progression or remission of the tumor, enabling to evaluate the responsiveness of the treatment in a relatively short time.
Dry eye disease (DED) is one of the most common ophthalmic disorders. Inflammation of the ocular surface is controlled by corneal antigen-presenting cells called dendritic
Machine vision algorithms are also used to operate robots in the high-precision semiconductor industry. Robots perform these intelligent tasks supported by machine vision software: several methods are currently used to detect defects and classify them, with important economies in both time and money. Robots in the semiconductor industry too can take advantage of deep learning techniques: their main benefit is the dramatic improvement in the defect classification abilities of the robotic devices.
Diabetic Retinopathy (DR) is a leading cause of blindness, especially among adults and even more among the elderly segments of the population. It is associated
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