ContextVision’s latest patent approval for Artificial Intelligence Technologies has resulted in a seven percent increase in the company´s shares announces Norwegian business newspaper Finansavisen. Read the full article here.
The Centre for Medical Imaging Science and Visualization (CMIV) at Linköping University is developing a new database for medical images and pathology images to offer training data for new artificial intelligence-based (AI) products
ContextVision will demonstrate its leading medical imaging enhancement software solutions at the International Technical Exhibition of Medical Imaging 2017 (ITEM) April 14-16
A consortium including ContextVision, a medical technology company specializing in image analysis and artificial intelligence, received a support grant of SEK 500 000 from the Swedish government-funded innovation agency, Vinnova.
Healthcare is faced with huge – and growing – challenges, many of which are associated with the aging population. There are more and more patients with chronic disease to provide care for, including a number of diseases – such as cancer – where new treatment approaches can significantly prolong survival. Against this background, ContextVision sees a great potential in new technology to supply healthcare providers with innovative products; by helping them improve both accuracy and efficiency they will ultimately be better equipped to address the challenges with which they are fac
Sweden has a long tradition of global industrialism and innovation exemplified by companies like Volvo, Ericsson and IKEA. In line with this tradition Sweden has recently produced unicorns such as Skype, Spotify and Klarna. Sweden is the second most innovative country in the world according to 2016 Global Innovation Index