Label your medical data with the expert medical teams of Humans in the Loop
We have a roster of more than 50 medical specialists, including radiologists, cardiologists, ophthalmologists, dentists, etc, who have been displaced due to armed conflict. Using advanced 2D, 3D, and video annotation tools, they can deliver high-quality data for your medical AI project.
Precisely annotated data can be used to identify and highlight anomalies in images of eyes that a professional can then use to diagnose common diseases, such as diabetic retinopathy, age-related macular degeneration, cataract, retinal vein occlusion, and glaucoma.
Computer vision can save radiologists’ time and make the entire process of diagnosing conditions more efficient. Through precise 2D annotation of DICOM imagery or 3D annotation of CT and MRI scans using advanced tools, our teams can help to segment and detect any organ or anomaly.
Ultrasound video can be annotated with bounding boxes, polygons, or full segmentation, in order to train models for locating the correct plane, identifying organs, calculating many of the standard measurements, and detecting tumors or lesions.
In order to make robotic surgery safer and more efficient, AI models can be trained on images and videos with labels which identify the types of tools used, either with polygons or keypoints, as well as track their movement using interpolation across frames.
The analysis of bodily fluids like blood, or tissue samples from biopsies, can be automated at scale using labeled data. We can provide not only precise segmentation of different cells but also batch classification based on size, anomaly, structure, and other parameters.
From teeth, cavity, and gum segmentation on Xrays and dental surgery videos, to full 3D maxillofacial segmentation of different bone structures, our expert annotators can prepare any type of data which is needed for the purposes of AI applied in dentistry.
Videos from colonoscopies and endoscopies can be analysed by AI models trained on labeled footage to classify ulcerations, polyps, and lesions. Different actions performed during the procedures, such as the removal of polyps, or the removal of tissue for biopsy, can also be detected.
Computer vision models in cardiology can be trained on segmented MRI, CT and ultrasounds of organs and tissues, allowing for the analysis of the cardiovascular structure and function. They often are used to analyse the ventricles and detect heart problems, irregularities, and anomalies.
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