Great honor and fun to present CellmatiQ technology at the M01N Camp in Bremen as one of the top five startups from 100+ applicants. (No, we didn’t win, but the winner has a great product, too.).
The 1st Enishi (japanese for “strong/established relations between people”) forum in Berlin has brought together twelve experts across the healthcare innovation space to discuss topics for improvement of the German healthcare system. Thanks to the NTT Group for the organization and their hospitality.
We seriously enjoyed talking about medical imaging AI and in particular early-stage glaucoma detection at the “CognitiveTank” in Zürich. Big thanks to my co-speaker Omar Hommayda, as well as the entire SwissCognitive team. The official video is here.
At their annual dental conference in Berlin, Quintessence Publishing, has conducted the first ever consensus meeting on dental AI to identify the status of development and implementation, as well as the future challenges of AI in dentistry. CellmatiQ has provided an overview on the current state of technology and was interviewed for Quintessenz’ newsletters. See […]
Founders’ Breakfast in the Hamburg townhall, superbly organized by Carsten Ovens and together with Peter Jaeger (http://haalo.io) and Prof. M. Spindler (University Hamburg). Great discussion about AI and Hamburg’s/Germany’s future role in innovation.
CellmatiQ was invited to present the current opportunities and issues for AI in healthcare at the symposium by Bitkom and Heinrich Böll Stiftung in Berlin. The full recording of the day can be found here. Jaro starts speaking at 1:29:35.
CellmatiQ had four fantastic days at the “Medica” in Düsseldorf; the world largest trade fair for medical technology. The interest in AI for medical image analysis is (rightfully) huge. In such an exponentially scaling technology and market, early adopters will reap massive benefits. We are at the leading edge…
It was a great experience to talk in front of ca. 130 patent lawyers and other interested parties about AI in medical image diagnostics at the symposium for “AI: Implications and challenges for patenting” by invitation of Bayern Innovativ and the German Patent Office in Munich.
It was a pleasure to present CellmatiQ’s technology at the Hamburg Chamber of Commerce AI Symposium.
Together with ca. 25 UK and German healthcare startup CEOs, we discussed innovation strategy and how to disrupt the current, rigid system. Thanks for facilitating this workshop to McKinsey and their Berlin office!