Venture capital smiles on Pearlii for free dental check-up app

Melbourne-based artificial intelligence technology start-up Pearlii has raised $1.25 million in seed investment to continue the development of its smartphone-based app that provides fast and painless dental check-ups.

Pearlii is using image processing and machine learning technologies in the app, which scans each user’s dental photos and checks for common dental problems such as tooth decay and gum disease.

Posted in Australian eHealth

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0 # Fujitsu staffer 2020-12-10 09:01
It would be interesting to know the sensitivity and specificity of the solution for a range of common and serious dental conditions. Its performance across age groups and ethnicities would also be relevant.

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