Jan. 5, 2023
New Startup Aims to Improve Outcomes in Oncology with ML
Today, a new startup called "Health Universe" announced the beta release of its platform that aggregates machine learning models for healthcare. The platform allows researchers to share clinical models with physicians, with a focus on improving outcomes in oncology.
"We are excited to launch the beta version of our platform and offer researchers a new way to collaborate and share their work," said Dan Caron, CEO of Health Universe. "Our goal is to make it easier for healthcare professionals to access the latest machine learning models and apply them to real-world clinical situations in order to improve patient care."
The Health Universe platform offers a variety of features designed to make it easy for researchers to share and access machine learning models. Users can upload their own models and make them available to other members of the community, or search for models that have been shared by others. The platform also includes tools for evaluating and comparing models, as well as a planned discussion forum where users can ask questions and share ideas.
"We believe that by aggregating machine learning models in one place, we can create a rich ecosystem of ideas and collaboration that will ultimately benefit patients," said Caron. "Our focus on oncology is just the beginning - we plan to expand to other areas in the future, including radiology, pathology, and eventually all areas of healthcare."
The beta release of the Health Universe platform is available now, and the company is inviting researchers to sign up and try it out. For more information, visit healthuniverse.com.