Lunit, a medical software company based out of South Korea, has completed a Series C funding round worth $26 million.

Deep Genomics, a Toronto-based AI company focused on the development of therapeutic drugs, has closed a Series B round of funding worth $40 million.

The MIT School of Engineering has announced a new partnership with Takeda Pharmaceuticals Company Limited to use AI technology to ramp up the development of pharmaceutical drugs.  

Paige, a New York-based healthcare startup focused on AI technologies, announced the completion of a Series B funding round worth $45 million.

Zebra Medical Vision has announced a new collaboration with DePuy Ireland Unlimited Company, agreeing to deploy cloud-based AI solutions focused on orthopedic care.

Intel Corporation has acquired Habana Labs, a Tel-Aviv, Israel-based AI startup founded in 2016, for approximately $2 billion.

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.

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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.