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AI will save those who suffer cerebral hemorrhage: SK C&CBy Lim Jeong-yeo
Published : June 18, 2020 - 15:15
The company said Thursday that its AI model acquired the Drug Ministry’s Good Manufacturing Practice certificate, guaranteeing the medical device’s quality control.
Following the GMP, SK C&C has submitted its proposed clinical test design to the ministry for tests of the device on patients.
“AI-based radiology has potential to not only help cerebral hemorrhage but also cerebral infarction and brain tumor,” said Yoon Dong-joon, SK C&C’s head of health care.
“We will contribute to the development of Korea’s medical AI through joint efforts with medical institutions both domestic and global,” Yoon said.
SK C&C’s cerebral hemorrhage AI reader is based on data of some 80,000 brain computerized tomography scans from Ajou University Hospital and Seoul National University Hospital.
The result is a unique AI model that can derive a specialized radiologist-level brain hemorrhage diagnosis in a matter of seconds, a critical time-saving that will dramatically increase the patients’ quality-of-life, SK C&C said.
The AI was taught to recognize signs of cerebral bleeding using SK C&C’s Vision AI Image Segmentation technology which dissects an image by pixel units to identify a target’s location.
SK C&C is the digital innovation driver that provides all digital solutions SK Group uses encompassing AI, cloud storage and blockchain.
By Lim Jeong-yeo (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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