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Qritive at CME in Varanasi India on EYESIGHT TO AI SIGHT: DIGITAL PATHOLOGY AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN ONCOLOGY

We are thrilled to announce that Qritive’s Senior Pathologist, Dr. Sahil Saraf, took center stage at the recent Continuing Medical Education (CME) event held in Varanasi on February 17, 2024. The CME, titled “EYESIGHT TO AI SIGHT: DIGITAL PATHOLOGY AND ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN ONCOLOGY,” was a collaborative effort by the Departments of Onco Pathology and Medical Oncology at HBCH & MPMMCC, Varanasi. It aimed to provide insights into digital pathology and AI, unveiling new innovations and modalities in the field. The event promised a deeper understanding of artificial intelligence’s role in oncology, ultimately enhancing patient care standards. During the event, Dr. Sahil captivated the audience with a LIVE demo of Qritive solutions, illustrating how AI can revolutionize pathology practices. His presentation shed light on the intricate workings of AI in pathology, offering a glimpse into the future of diagnostic medicine. Furthermore, our esteemed client, Dr. Gurudutt Gupta, shared invaluable insights on the “Implementation of Prostate cancer AI algorithm in histopathology work,” further enriching the discussions with practical applications of AI in clinical settings. We extend our heartfelt congratulations to Dr. Sahil Saraf and the entire team for their impactful contributions to the CME. Such collaborations are instrumental in fostering innovation and driving positive change in healthcare.

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