Rapid AI creation
made available for every pathologist
The ping pong Workflow:
Pathologist vs. DeePathology™ STUDIO
Annotate examples from different categories, using the fast annotation modes in the DeePathology™ STUDIO.
Interact with the DeePathology™ STUDIO by running it on field of views, correcting mistakes and quickly adding new training data using the powerful Interactive Online Active Learning engine.
Once you are ready to go, you can apply your algorithm to new slides and create powerful analytic reports.
DeePathology™ STUDIO Objects Mode
DeePathology™ STUDIO Cells Mode
DeePathology™ STUDIO Regions mode
DeePathology™ STUDIO Tiles Mode
To adapt to challenging real life scenarios, there are many more different settings and modes in DeePathology™ STUDIO, for changing magnification, controlling tissue detection, algorithms sensitivities and more.
API for Super Users
The API for the DeePathology™ STUDIO lets you run the algorithms created with DeePathology™ STUDIO from code.
This allows connecting the solutions developed with DeePathology™ STUDIO to any analytic pipeline, and use DeePathology™ STUDIO generated algorithms as part of a larger process, for example to predict patient outcomes.
This also lets you run DeePathology™ STUDIO generated algorithms on huge scales on your HPC to quickly deploy these algorithms on thousands of slides.
One AI Platform -
Countless Pathology Use Cases
- Quantify tumor infiltrating lymphocytes (TILs)
- Segment tissue in tumor and healthy tissue
- Detect glandular structures, such as glomeruli, acini, …
- Quantify mitotic figures
- Segment the growth plate region in bone sections
- Detect red blood cells
- Segment lung tissue and quantify cells in wall regions
- Detect granulated and degranulated cells in skin cancer
- Detect regions with high lymphocyte infiltration in tumor sections
- Quantify Ki67 positive cells and calculate the stain ratio
- Segment positive and negative regions, for example in FoxP3, CD7 and other immunostains
- Detect different types of beta-amyloid plaques in Alzheimer’s disease research
- Quantify glia cells in neuroscience research, including astrocytes and microglia
- Quantify cells of interest in in-situ hybridization (ISH) stains
- Detect Helicobacter pylori in H&E or Giemsa stained slides
- Detect regions infected with Mycobacterium tuberculosis in Ziehl-Neelsen stained slides for veterinary TB surveillance
Frequently Asked Questions:
DeePathology™ STUDIO currently runs on Windows, and requires an NVIDIA GPU with 4GB or more RAM.
The machine can sit inside your lab, without the need to send your slides outside.
We support all the major scanner WSI formats (.svs, .ndpi, .tiff, .bif, .mrxs and more), and also regular images (.png, .jpeg, .bmp and so on).
Please contact us for further information.