Did you know artificial intelligence is in veterinary medicine?

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The phrase “artificial intelligence” is everywhere these days. But do you know what it means? And did you know that artificial intelligence is alive and well in many veterinary practices, helping you make more confident and accurate medical decisions?

Neural networks, a type of artificial intelligence, are computer systems modeled on the human brain that perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. Facial and speech recognition are good examples of this, as are computers that can play chess. 

If you own a SediVue Dx® Urine Sediment Analyzer, you have a neural network hard at work in your practice. The SediVue Dx analyzer is a first-of-its-kind instrument that provides an easy, consistent, and accurate way to do urine sediment analysis. And its neural network has the ability to learn and train on new data, making it smarter over time.

 And now, thanks to a new upgrade—our Neural Network 2.0—the SediVue Dx analyzer is even smarter, and leverages a knowledge base of 14 million images submitted from 200,000 patients, including many of yours. These 14 million images are 30 times the roughly 450,000 images used to develop the first generation.

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With technology evolving so rapidly, it’s critical that the investments you make for your practice keep pace with the change—and the SediVue Dx analyzer is a smart investment that appreciates over time.

Learn more about the SediVue Dx analyzer.