, which bills itself as an AI solutions provider for radiologists, today closed a $20 million extension to the series B it raised in April 2019, bringing the round total to $47 million and the company’s total raised to $60 million. Cofounder and CEO Elad Walach says the money will be used to support new customers after revenue tripled from the beginning of 2020.
Computer vision holds promise for the $6.5 trillion medical diagnostics industry, as highlighted by a 2018 paper in the journal Nature that found that some algorithms can as accurately as a panel of doctors. For instance, uses machine learning algorithms to perform point-of-care complete blood count (CBC) tests within 10 minutes with no more than a pinprick of blood. And New York-based