Hoag, a non-profit California-based health system, is all set to employ an AI-powered technology to carry out colonoscopy efficiently by reducing miss rate during precancerous polyps’ diagnosis. Colorectal cancer is commonly prevalent in the US and is responsible for many cancer-related deaths. There are many patient-centred, doctor-centred, or technology-centred factors that play a part due to which this can not be diagnosed during colonoscopy. GI Genius’ AI technology, however, has shown to improve the miss rate by executing correct diagnosis of pre-cancerous polyps. This technology detects the suspicious lesions that it reckons suspicious with the help of pre-programmed algorithms.
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