Deep01, a Taiwanese startup that develops software application to assist doctors translate CT brain scans quicker, revealed today that it has actually raised $2.7 million. The financing was led by PC maker ASUSTek.

Deep01’s item has acquired clearance from both Taiwan and the United States’Fda, and the business got its very first order, worth about$700,000, in February.

Other investors included the Digital Economy Fund, which is co-funded by Taiwanese research study companies Industrial Innovation Research study Institute (ITRI) and the Institute for Info Market (III), and BE Capital.

Deep01’s software application is currently used in 2 medical centers and four hospitals in Taiwan and has already helped physicians check over 2,000 brain scans.

Created for use by emergency situation departments, Deep01 states its software application can discover acute intracerebral hemorrhage with a precision rate of 93% to 95%, within 30 seconds.

The start-up was launched in 2016 by a group that includes co-founder and CEO David Chou, who earned his Master’s Degree in computer technology at Carnegie Mellon University and was a Harvard University research study fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital in between 2018 and 2019.

In a press declaration, Albert Chang, ASUS corporate vice president and co-head of its AIoT Organisation Group, stated “Deep01 is a leading start-up in the AI medical location. The collaboration is promising for clever medical applications.”

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