World's largest human tissue archive adopts Waterloo search system developed by CBB member Himid Tizhoosh and his team at KIMIA Lab

Thursday, October 22, 2020

Technology developed by engineering researchers at the University of Waterloo has been adopted by a major pathology facility in the United States.

The Joint Pathology Center (JPC), which has the world’s largest collection of preserved human tissue samples, will use an artificial intelligence (AI) search engine to index and search its digital archive as part of a modernization effort.

Development of the system was led by researchers led by Hamid Tizhoosh at the Laboratory for Knowledge Inference in Medical Image Analysis (KIMIA Lab) at Waterloo. It was commercialized by partner Huron Digital Pathology of St. Jacobs.

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