PENTAX Medical, a division of the HOYA Group focused on endoscopic solutions, has received CE mark approval for its AI-powered polyp detector.

LeanTaaS, a Santa Clara, California-based software company, announced the completion of a $40 million funding round courtesy of the merchant banking division at Goldman Sachs.

AI is almost certain to have a monumental impact on radiology, but what, exactly, will that mean for radiologists?

Harrison.ai, a Sydney, Australia-based healthcare company focused on AI technologies, has raised $19.9 million (A$29 million) in funding.

Royal Philips and Paige, a New York-based healthcare startup, are working together to put AI in the hands of pathologists.

Implementing AI solutions into clinical practice can be a long, challenging process, according to a presentation at RSNA 2019 in Chicago. When the time comes, some providers will have the patience to make it all the way to the finish line—while some won’t.  

AI technologies could change the practice of medical imaging forever, but many hospitals and radiology departments remain hesitant to move forward and adopt it at their own facilities.

GE Healthcare has launched a new program designed to make it easier for health systems to implement AI solutions.

Rad AI, a Berkeley, California-based healthcare startup focused on bringing AI to radiology, is launching with a $4 million funding round. The round was led by Gradient Ventures, Google’s venture fund dedicated to AI-related investments.

Genesis Therapeutics, a San Francisco-based biotech company focused on AI technology, announced it has raised $4.1 million in seed funding.

Nala, a Riyadh, Saudi Arabia-based digital health company, has launched a new AI platform for medical diagnosis. According to Nala, it is the first platform to provide users with diagnoses in Arabic.

PathAI, a Boston-based AI technology company focused on pathology solutions, announced it has raised $75 million in Series B funding.