pharmaphorum December 6, 2018
George Underwood

Tech firm Cambridge Consultants has announced a new Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology that can produce more accurate medical imaging by creating clear, undistorted views of the real-world from damaged or obscured moving images.

DeepRay is based on recent advances in deep learning, and its power to see clearly in difficult, unpredictable situations could transform numerous other machine vision and imaging applications, such as autonomous driving.

Machine vision systems have progressed rapidly in recent years, but performance can quickly deteriorate if a view is obscured by rain, smoke, dirt or other obstructions. This has serious implications for real-world applications where image quality can be degraded by environmental factors or damage to camera-based systems.

DeepRay learns what real-world scenes and objects look...

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