35 healthtech vendors using AI to transform healthcare

Yesterday, we shared a selected list of leading vendors in healthcare using artificial intelligence related technologies. There were a few requests to provide more detail. In this version you can also learn a bit more about the areas these companies operate in:

Management activites include providing support&services for pricing, risk management and market research.

R&D: Drug discovery, gene analytics and editing, comparing device and drug effectiveness

Imaging& Diagnostics: Early diagnosis enabled via advanced imaging and machine learning techniques, medical imaging insights Read more

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43 healthcare vendors using Artificial Intelligence

global healthtech vendors

We have been researching both public data and also talking to leaders in healthcare space to understand Ai in healthtech. These are the leading vendors in this space that we identified. We left out some very new comers with limited resources and focused on leading companies in their respective fields. However if you see any missing leading vendor in this space, please let us know, we would love to feature them.

As for geographical concentration of vendors, as expected US vendors top the list. However, potentially due to our focus on Western markets, we are featuring too few Chinese vendors. We will develop our knowledge of the Chinese market for the second version of this map and your suggestions on Chinese vendors would also be appreciated. Read more

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A constant state of innovation: IBM

Thomas J. Watson Sr. joins Computing-Tabulating-Recording Company (CTR) in 1914 and over the next two decades transforms it into a growing leader in innovation and technology. He built a worldwide industry; it is called to International Business Machines Corporation (IBM) in 1924. According to Fortune 500, IBM is ranked as one of top 10 firms in 90’s. Let’s take a look at the roadmap of the IBM in the digital transformation, it consists not just software, hardware and services include cognitive solutions and cloud platform. IBM’s Bekas explains that we simply can’t scale enough hardware to solve this. “Ultimately, hardware can’t beat computational complexity. You need to have a combination of algorithmic improvement and hardware development,” Read more

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Map of Artificial Intelligence in Europe

Map of Artificial Intelligence in Europe
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We feature leading European Artificial Intelligence companies here. In terms of popular AI use cases; Information security, marketing and sales dominate the map. An interesting exception is NeoTek from Russia, they provide a physical security solution, an image recognition system to dedect intruders real time from video camera footage.

In some cases numerous companies exist in one country. In such cases, we selected the company to feature after considering 2 points:

  1. Is AI part of the company’s core business?
  2. How big is the company in terms of funding, number of employees, number of customer references?

Results are based on public information, most data is from companies we are currently featuring on appliedAI.com. You can also see the interactive version on Tableau Public
If you have any suggestions, please share with us so we can improve the map. Read more

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Greatest artificial intelligence websites and apps you can use today

Almost all major websites and business do not use artificial intelligence could be a simpler question. Since AI systems can be defined as learning systems that solve problems which can not be solved perfectly, AI systems are ubiquitous in major enterprises. Here are some mainstream and some quirky examples that are open to public so you can interact with the AI system. If you think we are missing any examples, please add to comments.

Search engines

  • Text search:
    • Google is one of the leading companies in AI and it is impossible to have a competitive search solution today without Natural Language Processing, a sub field of AI. RankBrain is a machine-learning artificial intelligence system that helps Google process some of its search results, in particular rare or one-of-a-kind queries. It was launched in early 2015 and is used globally by Google.
    • Chinese search engine Baidu is also heavily investing in AI employing more than 1300 employees on AI topics like deep learning
    =&1=&Whether it is tagging images or searching images by uploading images, machine vision is required in image search. ViSenze is a vendor providing image search technology, you can see more details here and try their image search here.

    Translators:

    Google Translate was featured extensively by NYT as one of the leaders of the AI awakening Read more

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