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PaxeraHealth Launches Ark Platform to Make AI More Accessible and Affordable at RSNA 2021

By MedImaging International staff writers
Posted on 01 Dec 2021
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Image: PaxeraHealth at RSNA 2021 (Photo courtesy of PaxeraHealth)
Image: PaxeraHealth at RSNA 2021 (Photo courtesy of PaxeraHealth)

PaxeraHealth (Newton, MA, USA) unveiled the Ark – a patent pending technology – at RSNA 2021 in Chicago.

Inspired by the story of Noah’s Ark, the Ark is a zero-coding authoring platform that offers “Algorithms as a service” to help healthcare systems and academic centers to DIY their own AI algorithms for all possible modalities, body parts, and anomalies. Ark leverages a balanced dataset from members using collaborative learning. It will expedite the production of clinically validated imaging AI algorithms for these members and enable them to use high-end modeling, annotation, and native data curation tools. The Ark platform was developed to make AI more accessible and affordable, help reduce medical errors, and increase productivity.

In addition to introducing the Ark at RSNA 2021, PaxeraHealth also showcased the latest version of its AI-based Enterprise Imaging platform, PaxeraUltima 8th Generation. Built from the ground up, PaxexaUltima 8th Generation, provides cutting-edge native AI algorithms detecting 20 abnormalities and the latest machine learning technology designed to learn and improve with every user interaction.

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