We are excited to announce that MetaOptima Technology was listed as a winner of the Ready To Rocket contest in the area of Digital Health for its technologies (MoleScope, our mobile dermoscope and DermEngine, our intelligent dermatology software). Congratulations to all!
Studies show a majority of dermatologists use a dermoscope, as it is an essential part of their practice. Although generally agreed that a digital dermatoscope valuable for the early detection of skin cancer and other skin conditions, the cost-effectiveness of this device remains widely speculated.
A variety of technologies are emerging to support dermatologists in their practice and enhance the education of medical students, researchers and professionals. See how teledermatology, content-based image retrieval, and online networking tools are revolutionizing the way medical professionals learn
In recent years, big data has become a buzzword when talking about growth in the technology sector. However, there are still confusions about exactly what big data is. This guide will go through the core concepts and ideas behind Big Data and with the goal of keeping it simple
MetaOptima has applied to PwC's Vision to Reality (V2R) award program for our intelligent dermatology solutions. Every year, PwC looks for the most forward-thinking organizations in the nation to join their vibrant community of innovators and become part of Canada's story.
Recently, there has been a considerable amount of hype surrounding artificial intelligence (AI) in dermatology. This article focuses on examining the accuracy, benefits, and applications of smart algorithms in AI developed by IBM Watson, Stanford University, and MetaOptima.
During AAD 2018, scientific sessions were held for a wide variety of relevant dermatology topics. One meeting focused on the importance of teledermoscopy towards delivering care to diverse populations. Click to see the highlights from key speakers and the direction for future innovations.