Xeno-Hoc - A Japanese start-up is pushing artificial intelligence to its limits.

Xeno-Hoc is a Japanese startup specializing in the development of artificial intelligence algorithms. Especially in the field of automated image data analysis in ophthalmology, the research group of founder Hiroki Masumoto (Head Prof. Hitoshi Tabuchi, Hiroshima, Japan) has published a number of high-profile publications. Moreover, the work group is also specialized in both anterior and posterior segment imaging of the eye.


Process Mining with Celonis - Potential in Ophthalmology?

The analysis of large amounts of data to optimize clinical processes is a great challenge, but essential to save costs and to reduce the length of stay and waiting time of patients. However, there is often the problem that the optimization of "patient paths" is based on only a non-representative sample and thus does not reflect reality. Process mining describes a new method of process optimization and has already arrived in industry. To what extent it also has potential in medicine and especially in ophthalmology, we discuss here with Mr. Endres from the company Celonis.


MIKAJAKI- A start-up is developing the all-in-one solution for automated, multimodal imaging.

Digital and remote ophthalmic patient care has always been limited by the availability of multimodality and automated imaging. The start-up MIKAJAKI is now trying to solve this problem with their EyeLib system and offers an Artificial Intelligence supported all-in-one solution for automated and intelligent ophthalmic diagnostics. In the following interview, CEO Yann Voillot tells us what EyeLib can do for us ophthalmologists and for the patients.