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After his mother’s breast cancer was initially undetected by a mammogram,’s co-founder, Jeet Samarth Raut ’14TC, began to think about new tools for radiologists that could help them make better clinical decisions.’s software integrates with existing medical imaging software used by radiologists and processes hundreds of scans to “learn” how to identify a problem – the more it processes, the more it issues it can correctly identify over time. This expedites a diagnosis and reduces the risk of human error.

The company, which recently pitched at TechCrunch Disrupt New York, is looking to provide its technology to hospital systems and companies that are currently in the healthcare space. Check out’s website for more information.