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Aiforia Create

Train faster, train better.
Our AI just needs to know what you want to find.
Aiforia Create offers users the most convenient and readily available way to train AI models for automating all image analysis tasks. No matter what your image analysis task is, we can take care of it. Whether you need to count specific cells or measure morphological metrics for individual research or as part of a large preclinical analysis team, Aiforia Create offers a scalable and versatile solution for projects of all sizes and complexities.
Training can be started immediately on our cloud-based software, all you need is your domain knowledge and internet access — no hardware or coding required. Through Aiforia Create you can access features that make training and analysis even more efficient. Our active learning feature, Annotation Assistant, enables faster training as it finds and annotates useful areas and targets for you.

BENEFITS
Save time: by automating your analyses
Produce: quantitative data and visualize your results
Discover: novel data from images
Aiforia Create lives in our cloud platform so all you need is internet access to upload and store your images to get started.

SOLUTIONS

Quantification

Measurements of spatial and morphological metrics
Multi-class object detection
Tedious quantification tasks or identification of rare objects or features
APPLICATION EXAMPLES:
-Nerve cell counting in Parkinson’s disease
-Fat and fibrosis measurements in liver tissue NASH, NAFLD
-Measurements between stromal CD8+ cells and lung cancer tumor borders
Malaria parasite detection from blood smear

Segmentation

Multi-class semantic segmentation
Automated segmentation of image patterns
Quantifying surface areas and a versatile range of spatial metrics
APPLICATION EXAMPLES:
Tumor grading and tumor burden
-Detecting Th+ neuronal areas and plaques
-Tissue architecture: portal areas, hepatocytes, etc.
-Identification and quantification of tissue or cell lesions caused by infectious diseases
-Regression models predicting continuous values

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