Assistant as radiologist’s second eye
“comma“ intelligent assistant technology has been trained on over 400,000 mammography images along with thousands of positive biopsied tests, which is still learning. AI as a “second eye“ is completely possible to degrade the number of missed cancerous tissues by “20.9%”.
An assistant as accurate as a radiologist
The trained AI technology has a high sensitivity of 83.3%. This accuracy can enhance the diagnosis metric by 29.8% becoming identical to an expert.
However, we believe this accuracy could get to a higher level which our goal is to reach it.
According to the results of scientific tests, using “comma“ as an intelligent assistant can effectively reduce the time of accurate analysis of mammography images by “44%“.
Mammograms analyzed by GITAI
Director of the Artificial Intelligence Centre at Stanford Medicine