Qure.ai looks forward to sharing potential of AI with BIR members

Qure.ai has become a corporate member of The British Institute of Radiology (BIR). The company has joined so that clinicians and data scientists working with Qure.ai can help to educate the imaging community on how to implement AI in their workflows. The company specialises in radiology-led AI solutions that are used at more than 600 healthcare facilities in over 60 countries.

BIR president Dr Sri Redla said: “We are delighted to welcome Qure.ai to the BIR and we are very excited to begin planning collaborative initiatives to educate the multidisciplinary workforce.”

Qure.ai co-founder and ceo Prashant Warier added: “We are looking forward to collaborating with a legacy organisation like the BIR to realise the immense possibilities with AI in radiology. We believe that this partnership will help in educating and equipping the healthcare community on the future of AI-led radiology.”

Corporate members are an integral part of the BIR community and work with the broader membership to support the organisation, develop educational events, webinars and publishing activities.

Picture: BIR president Dr Sridhar Redla (centre) with Qure.ai vp sales and business development for the UK Surabhi Srivastava and vp client success and operations Anumeha Srivastava.

Publshed on page 8 of the September 2022 issue of RAD Magazine.

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