Digitising diagnostic services
SigTuple Technologies, which raised $5.8 million this month from several investors, is developing solutions to digitise pathology labs using artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning.
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Rohit Kumar Pandey, Tathagato Rai Dastidar and Apurv Anand want to solve the problem caused by the chronic shortage of trained medical practitioners. They are part of the team that founded SigTuple, an Indian startup that is building a platform to provide healthcare solutions by detecting different diseases using machine learning software. It promises to automatically analyze medical images and data to aid diagnosis.
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There is a growing gap between the number of patients and doctors across the world,” says Pandey. “Although a lot of work is being done to bridge the gap, there is a need for an intelligent, effective and scalable solution.” SigTuple is building a series of cloud-based screening tools to increase the efficiency and outreach of the healthcare industry.
This AI pathologist could be a life-saver for India’s ailing diagnostics sector
A solution like Shonit promises much-needed change. It can dramatically improve speed, accuracy and consistency of blood diagnostics (semen and urine diagnostics are coming soon). Labs can service more patients and human errors can be significantly reduced. But, more importantly, pathologists can access data remotely and sign off on reports — a massive step to bringing diagnostic access to remote parts of the country.Easier said than done, though.
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Bengaluru-based health technology start-up SigTuple Technologies Pvt. Ltd. has raised $5.8 million in series A round of funding led by existing investor Accel Partners, the company said on Monday.
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Even a layman can see the self-learning AI engine at work, as it learns to classify and tag various elements in the images.