AIDOT (represented by Jeong Jae-hoon), a South Korean company, recently announced at an international scientific practical conference held in Tashkent, Uzbekistan, that a local
specialist presented on their AI system for remote reading of cervical cancer, named 'Cerviray AI'.
The conference, jointly organized by AIDOT, the Uzbekistan Ministry of Health, the Oncology and Radiology Center, and business partner GSG, focused on the modern prospects of
early diagnosis and screening for cervical cancer through AIDOT's AI cervical cancer screening product, 'Cerviray'.
According to the company, the conference was attended by experts from AIDOT and Professor Song Jae-yoon from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Korea's Gyeonggi University Hospital, as well as domestic and local experts including the Minister of Health of Uzbekistan. The conference featured sessions discussing technical details related to
cervical cancer screening using Cerviray, facilitating communication and exchange of knowledge. It provided a platform to reemphasize the importance of early screening for cervical cancer.
An AIDOT representative announced preliminary research results for the Cerviray product conducted in Uzbekistan during the conference. The study targeted around 600 women, and an additional clinical study involving 5,000 more participants is expected to be conducted promptly.
Source: Korean Economy TV / August 28, 2023 / Reporter Jung Kyung-jun