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The use of artificial intelligence in medicine is on the rise, with ImageBiopsy Lab at the forefront in the fight against osteoarthritis (OA). The aim
ImageBiopsy Lab is thrilled to announce a distribution partnership with EnvoyAI, an artificial intelligence distribution platform based in Boston, Massachusetts. This partnership will enable a
IB Lab took 30th place among the 100 selected best young entrepreneurs in this year’s GEWINN Jungunternehmer-Wettbewerb
We are extremely proud to announce that ImageBiopsy Lab was nominated as one of the 100 best young entrepreneurs, and took 30th place in the
The discovery of X-rays was accidental, but would revolutionize the practice of medicine later on In 1895, the German physicist Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen was studying
ImageBiopsy Lab has been selected as one of 10 Start Ups that will participate in the Investment Readiness and Pitch Competititon taking place in Amsterdam
Over 120 million people in the EU are affected by rheumatic and musculoskeletal diseases Today, on the occasion of World Arthritis Day, from Image Biopsy
Currently we are looking for: Software Developer in Medical Informatics/Health AI Who will you work with? ImageBiopsy Lab is a Vienna-based, international Health-AI Start-Up
A recently presented study gives insight as to how artifical intelligence can identify patients with osteoarthritis using specifically trained disease classifiers. An artificial-intelligence-driven algorithm developed
HighTech and HighTouch: How digitalization changes health care – Business Circle E-Health Forum on Nov 16-17,2017
ImageBiopsy Lab CEO to present at the 9th conference on digitization in healthcare in Vienna, from November 16-17, 2017 Introducing Image Biopsy Lab at
The Austrian press magazine “Profil” interviewed Richard Ljuhar, founder and CEO of ImageBiopsy Lab Patients affected by age-related bone disease like knee-osteoarthritis (OA) are putting