Provided in partnership with Intel and via Microsoft's Azure cloud computing service, COVID-19 AI Diagnostic Assistant utilizes DICOM routing, encryption, an AI processing engine, and reporting capabilities to help in detecting COVID-19 on CT, according to Novarad.
To download COVID-19 AI Diagnostic Assistant, hospitals must first download the company's COVID AI edge client software to a hospital computer or virtual machine. The software will then print out instructions for how to connect the software to a CT scanner or PACS, the firm said.
Once acquired, CT studies are then anonymized and routed to the AI engine on Azure for analysis. A secure, 3,000-bit encrypted optical access code is then sent to the associated onsite printer, and a report containing the probability of COVID-19 is then created, Novarad said. The printed code can then be scanned and viewed from a mobile device or PC, and then printed or downloaded as a PDF, according to the firm.
Novarad noted that the COVID AI client is built on its CryptoChart software.
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