Image: AI-Assisted Annotation (Photo courtesy of NVIDIA)
Fovia Ai, Inc. (Palo Alto, CA, USA), a leader in advanced visualization technology, has announced that it is working with NVIDIA (Santa Clara, CA, USA) to integrate Fovia Ai's artificial intelligence technology with NVIDIA AI-Assisted Annotation, powered by NVIDIA Clara. The integration will accelerate the delivery of AI-assisted workflows to radiologists by leveraging Fovia's High Definition Volume Rendering installed base in leading PACS viewers and nearly two decades of radiology integration experience.
F.A.S.T. AI Annotation provides the ability to improve ground truth marking, interact with annotations in 2D and 3D, access cloud-based, truth-annotation tools, annotate and segment voxels in 3D, and utilize F.A.S.T. AI Validation tools that seamlessly integrate into the imaging ecosystem. The streamlined architecture of Fovia Ai's technology, together with NVIDIA AI-Assisted Annotation, accelerate the annotation process, helping radiologists save time and increase productivity.
"We are excited to work with NVIDIA. Its Clara architecture and EGX intelligent edge computing platform provide an outstanding solution to run these AI Algorithms quickly enough to embed them directly into clinical workflows. Starting with NVIDIA AI-Assisted Annotations and then allowing physicians to use Fovia Ai's F.A.S.T. AI Annotation to merely accept or slightly adjust results delivers the most efficient way for physicians to assist in creating the large amounts of labeled data required to train deep neural networks for advanced medical imaging applications," said Fovia Ai's Chief Technology Officer, Kevin Kreeger, Ph.D.
"Combining Fovia Ai's user experience with NVIDIA Clara's AI-Assisted Annotation SDK will expedite creating meaningful annotation to accelerate AI algorithm development," said Brad Genereaux, Medical Imaging Alliance Manager at NVIDIA. "By helping radiologists integrate AI workflows into their everyday clinical work, they can save time and increase productivity."
Fovia Ai, Inc.