Radiology imaging and artificial intelligence (AI) are merging. deepc and the Berlin-based start-up Neo Q, which developed the reporting method Guided Reporting, have announced a cooperation to further advance this concept.
deepc’s novel AI platform deepcOS will be integrated within Neo Q´s RadioReport solution. Radiologists will be able to seamlessly access AI algorithms during the innovative IT-guided reporting process, which assists them in image analysis. For the first time, Neo Q’s technology generates 100 percent machine-readable and highly detailed data. Through the platform, users have access to a wide range of selected AI applications for more than 30 clinical indications.
The cooperation marks an expansion of the existing collaboration with the Essen University Hospital and Professor Michael Forsting, Director of the Institute of Radiology and Neuroradiology, in the field of stroke management.
AI algorithms can automatically check images and detect typical signs of a stroke or brain hemorrhage in less than two minutes, and the physician generates a complete report very quickly using Guided Reporting. The report contains all the information needed to initiate therapy promptly.