On March 25, 16:00 CET (15:00 GMT), ContextVision and The Pathologist teamed up to host a free webinar: "Experience and results from using INIFY® Prostate Screening – in the fully digitalized pathology workflow at Cannizzaro Hospital, Italy". Here, Dr Filippo Fraggetta shared his experience of using INIFY Prostate Screening, as well as preliminary results from the hospital's ongoing clinical study. Now available on demand – register here for access.
ContextVision announces signed contract with Vall d’Hebron for clinical evaluation of INIFY® Prostate Screening
INIFY® Prostate Screening is a powerful AI-based software that predicts, outlines and quantifies suspicious cancerous areas in a series of prostate biopsies.
ContextVision just launched the company’s first CE marked digital pathology product based on artificial intelligence. In this podcast the company’s CEO Fredrik Palm and Dr. Filippo Fraggetta, the chief pathologist at the Cannizzaro Hospital, will talk about the revolution we are approaching within digital pathology. Listen here
ContextVision today announced that its first digital pathology product in a planned portfolio has been granted CE mark status. This means that INIFY® Prostate Screening is now available for routine clinical use within the European Union.
ContextVision announces first digital pathology patent granted for its unique and objective data-generation method
Master Annotation method has received patent protection in the U.S. The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) has granted a patent to ContextVision for this invention, titled “method and system for detecting pathological anomalies in a digital pathology image and method for annotating a tissue slide”.
ContextVision’s Deep Learning experts will hold an oral presentation at the Medical Imaging & Deep Learning conference in London July 8–10
This paper presents an interesting and novel idea of a deep learning (DL) framework to segment potentially cancerous areas in prostate biopsies using semi-automatically generated data. The application of this paper is quite innovative and the proposed method seems to be a direct assistance to the clinical routine.