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29 Oct 20. Brainomix user evaluation

A Stroke Association funded study is calling on clinicians to review an artificial intelligence software created by Brainomix, to review how helpful the AI software is to front-line clinicians.

Real-world Independent Testing of e-ASPECTS Software (RITeS)
Real-world Independent Testing of e-ASPECTS Software (RITeS)

Artificial intelligence (AI) reading of brain imaging might improve accuracy, but AI tools have yet to be rigorously tested by independent researchers. 

The Stroke Association has funded the RITeS study: Real-world Independent Testing of e-ASPECTS Software.

This RITeS study aims to assess the impact of artifical intelligence (AI) on diagnostic confidence & treatment decision making of front-line clinicians.

We are independently testing e-ASPECTS software (Brainomix Ltd).

e-ASPECTS is designed to highlight potential abnormalities on acute stroke CT imaging.   

We want to see how helpful the software is to front-line clinicians.   

Can you help us evaluate e-ASPECTS via the RITeS study?

It will take about 15 -20 minutes, & you will get a chance to see how the software works.

With thanks on behalf of the RITeS investigators.

 

REGISTER FOR RITeS HERE.

 

 

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