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AI tool helps radiologists clear dangerous data bottleneck


It’s not every day that TIME magazine calls you a genius. 

“They’re not calling me a genius,” Elad Walach protests. “They’re referring to the company!”

Walach is the 30-year-old CEO of Aidoc, a two-year-old Tel Aviv-based startup that is saving lives through medical imaging.

Aidoc applies proprietary artificial intelligence to the millions of images generated every year by CT scans in order to catch serious issues before a human radiologist even has a chance to review the results.

Aidoc has already received US and European approval to assess scans of brain hemorrhages and spinal fractures.

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