Israel-based AI startup, Kahun, launches best version for its new web application for doctors, aims to reach a wider network of physicians worldwide
In the words of Waze founder and serial tech entrepreneur, Uri Levine, “All medical knowledge in the world today is in text and the only way to make sense out of it is if a doctor or medical staff are reading it, but what if we could convert that into data and build apps to use it? This is exactly what we do.” Kahun’s open pbeta version diagnostics tool creates a knowledge graph that stores more than 5 million associations between clinical features, such as diseases, lab results and clinical findings as well as an AI engine that arranges the information in a way that’s easily accessible to physicians. The goal? To help ‘bridge the gap’ between text-based medical articles and clinical decision making in real time.