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Sequoia India’s Surge backs healthtech startup RedBrick AI in $4.6M funding  

By Editor - Wed Nov 23, 12:00 am

Healthtech startup RedBrick AI has raised $4.6 million in a funding round led by Sequoia India and Southeast Asia’s Surge as it plans to expand the market for its medical imagery annotations solution. Artificial intelligence has become ubiquitous in clinical diagnosis. But researchers need much of their initial time preparing data for training AI systems. The training process also requires hundreds of annotated medical images and thousands of hours of annotation by clinicians. The Delaware-headquartered SaaS startup, which has an Indian subsidiary in Pune, is solving that problem with its automated and semi-automated annotation tools. RedBrick AI co-founder and CEO Shivam Sharma said the startup helps make annotations up to 60% faster using its configurable workflow system that works with medical imagery such as CT scans, X-rays, MRIs and ultrasound. “We see ourselves building the foundational layer of artificial intelligence in healthcare

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Sequoia India’s Surge backs healthtech startup RedBrick AI in $4.6M funding

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