As a commitment to innovation in breast cancer detection, Riverside Health System has partnered with Transpara Breast Care, a leading artificial intelligence (AI) system designed to help radiologists detect cancers in mammograms. The software serves as a second set of eyes for providers to identify patterns of cancerous breast tissue and aims to detect cancer early, when it may be easier to treat.
Transpara, founded in 2014, is harnessing the power of computer learning to identify and detect cancerous tissue patterns and assist radiologists in analyzing mammogram results. The AI system was trained by analyzing over one million mammograms provided by research organizations worldwide.
Each mammogram which is read through Transpara helps the software identify breast cancer and teaches the system to detect and recognize aspects of suspicious tissue quickly and easily.
Transpara is the first computer software designed, tested and approved by the Federal Drug Administration and CE ...
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