Forbes May 20, 2024
Sai Balasubramanian, M.D., J.D.

Rad AI announced yet another win earlier this month—a $50 million dollar Series B round led by Khosla Ventures. This milestone marks a new chapter for the company, which has developed industry leading technology and AI solutions for the field of radiology.

Specifically, the company has created a unique platform which leverages artificial intelligence to assist with some of the most critical elements of the radiology workflow; Rad AI’s Omni Impressions platform, for example, automatically generates report impressions from dictated findings and tailors the report according to the specific physician’s preferences and practice.

The company’s aim, especially with this new funding, is to push even further to make this technology more useful for end-users. CEO and Co-Founder of Rad AI,...

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