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Artificial intelligence is becoming a reality in radiology as new AI solutions are moving from research to clinical validation and daily clinical workflow.

Quibim (Valencia, Spain) has a proprietary software platform and develops AI algorithms across imaging modalities for quantitative imaging biomarkers used in hospitals, radiology centers and clinical trials focusing on body ( liver, prostate) and musculoskeletal analysis algorithms.

Quibim’s solutions have already demonstrated a major impact in partner hospitals and radiology centers with a 70% reduction in reporting time of multiple sclerosis cases of the brain using Quibim’s White Matter Lesions algorithm. In addition, a large hospital in Valencia, Spain, has experienced significant cost savings using Quibim’s Chest X-ray classifier product.

By being able to seamlessly integrate AI solutions in the radiology workflows, Quibim helps healthcare providers stay ahead of increasing amounts of data needed for patient care. For example: with the Quibim Precision® data mining tool, it is possible to obtain new disease phenotypes based on non-supervised AI clustering. The combined power of AI and edge computing can retain critical processing tasks on devices at the point of care to help in earlier diagnosis of disease and eliminating manual tasks of the radiologists, thereby enabling them to optimize reporting and interpretation.

Quibim Precision® and NVIDIA EGX

Delivering AI at the edge minimizes data privacy concerns and enables real-time AI for clinical decisions. Quibim and NVIDIA are bringing AI to the edge of medical imaging, the most important healthcare tool in early detection, with the NVIDIA EGX Intelligent Edge Computing Platform. Having the possibility to containerize algorithms on NGC, which is optimized on EGX systems, Quibim is able to expand its reach, which helps in the democratization of AI and the ability to provide access to care using AI even in the remote regions of the world.

By delivering new diagnostic and operational capabilities that enhance patient care, Quibim and NVIDIA EGX are ushering in a new generation of smart hospitals and radiology departments.

Katherine Wilisch Ramírez