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Read our latest Digital pathology news and blog posts, find out how Aiforia is used by our digital pathology clients and what is said about our product in the media. Find out where you can come meet us and test our product at events.

Fimmic is now Aiforia Technologies

Helsinki, Finland - January 15th, 2019We are pleased to announce our company name change to Aiforia Technologies. The name change reflects the long term development strategy of our company, driving digital pathology innovation though groundbreaking development of AI...

Content Marketing Manager

Fimmic is a medical software company in a rapid expansion phase. We are transforming pathology and medical research by bringing deep learning AI to assist and augment human experts in image analysis. Our ambition is to become a worldwide leader in AI-powered...

Aiforia Launching a Local Presence in North America

Aiforia Launching a Local Presence in North America - Experience Aiforia and Deep Learning AI  Image Analysis at Pathology Visions Aiforia brings Deep Learning AI to Quantitate Pathology Quantitative image analysis has taken a giant leap forward in recent years. With...

Fimmic welcomes new investors!

    We are excited to welcome a new investor on board Fimmic and WebMicroscope. Our new partner is Ascend, a leading international venture capital and financial advisory firm. Our existing investors also participated the funding round that was in total €5M. As a...

Software Developer – Join our team!

Want to be part of a team that is transforming cancer research and diagnostics? We are looking for software developers to join our team at Fimmic to develop our world leading AI platform WebMicroscope for medical imaging. We are looking for a person with following...

All our upcoming Events

Upcoming Events Here you can see all our upcoming events where you can come see us and test WebMicroscope. Book a meeting with us for a demo of WebMicroscope. 4th International workshop of Veterinary Neuroscience 16.2.-17.2.2018 Bern, Switzerland   Congress website...

Transforming cancer research

  EU-funded PREDECT project focused in developing novel in vitro cancer models and finding better target proteins in order to achieve greater predictability of drug efficacy. WebMicroscope served as an essential research tool by enabling the storage and sharing of the...

WebMicroscope featured in Huffington Post

  Fimmic WebMicroscope is featured in Huffington Post. The article is about how machine learning can be used to detect and treat cancer. Below is the full article.   “We can support pathologists and researchers to improve their decision-making workflow.”     To what...