Should not the headline ...
have talked about the AI drilling down through the data ?
VideaHealth, a dental AI startup spun out of MIT and Harvard, has received FDA approval in the US to commercialize its cavity-detection algorithm for clinical use. The software is designed to help dentists look for signs of tooth decay in X-ray scans. Officials granted Videa 510(k) clearance, meaning it has successfully …
At least they were sure to fill us in.
They sure got to the root of the issue.
Do we know if this is a long term plan? Or is it just a bridge?
They really need to sink their teeth into the analysis.
Since it involves X-rays, they should be more transparent.
(Sorry, been a long week, I'll go now, and I'll leave others to pick at it)