Jun 21, 2023 10:54:21 AM | TCAP Annotating for Artificial Intelligence Applications in Digital Pathology: Unleashing the Power of AI

The Path to a Brighter Future: From Manual to Automated Annotation & Beyond

Unveiling the Power of Annotation & The Impact of AI in Digital Pathology

If goldilocks taught us anything, it's that nothing is one-size-fits-all. That's why at TriMetis we believe in empowering researchers and pathologists with cutting-edge services and AI-driven solutions, ensuring innovation every step of the way. In the dynamic world of digital pathology, TriMetis Life Sciences is at the forefront. With TriMetis Computer-Assisted Pathology (TCAP) Ai at the cornerstone of our offerings, leading the way with our comprehensive suite of research-centered services revolutionizing the digital pathology workflow, propelling scientific discoveries and advancements.

TCAP AI serves as a powerful ally in the annotation process, leveraging advanced algorithms and machine learning techniques to streamline and enhance digital pathology workflows. Having Board Certified Pathologists trained artificial intelligence applications to annotate and analyze digital H&E images, TCAP AI not only saves time but also ensures accuracy and consistency, allowing researchers to focus on higher-level tasks.

But our commitment to research excellence doesn't end there. TriMetis offers a wide range of digital-pathology-oriented services within and beyond the ARCH Ecosystem. Developed to Accelerate Research and Change Healthcare by leveraging digital imaging, artificial intelligence, cloud computing, and robotics to automate tasks from H&E sectioning through results. We've taken Ai-powered annotation a step further with TriMetis' ARCH Ecosystem, which encompasses all of our offerings (TCAP AI, ARCH Marketplace, and ARCH LabFlow).

The ARCH Marketplace changes everything, connecting researchers, procurement, and suppliers through a highly searchable, yet functionally robust, interface that offers images and TCAP AI-based quality assessments, so you can see the biospecimens before you purchase.

ARCH LabFlow, another game-changing service, optimizes laboratory workflows by seamlessly integrating TCAP AI and robotic technologies. By automating tasks such as digital imaging, digital scanning, and digital image management, ARCH LabFlow frees up valuable time for researchers and pathologists, enhancing efficiency and productivity.

The possibilities for research breakthroughs are limitless within the ARCH Ecosystem. Serving as a hub for AI-powered tools, we not only offer Digital Pathology AI Authoring and Syndication Tools, enabling researchers to develop and distribute their own digital pathology AI algorithms, but also provide Digital Imaging Services which renders state-of-the-art solutions for capturing high-quality digital pathology images, while our Digital Pathology AI Validation Services ensure the accuracy and reliability of AI algorithms, guaranteeing confidence in research outcomes.

Scientific evidence published in ScienceDirect's article further emphasizes the potential benefits of training artificial intelligence applications for annotating in digital pathology. The combination of expert human annotation and AI-powered assistance not only accelerates the annotation process but also enhances accuracy, leading to more precise and impactful research results.

At TriMetis, we are passionate about advancing digital pathology and empowering researchers. Our comprehensive suite of services, including TCAP AI, ARCH Marketplace, ARCH LabFlow, as well as our Digital Imaging Services, and Digital Pathology AI Authoring and Syndication Tools, revolutionizes the research landscape. Join us in unlocking the full potential of digital pathology and propel your research to new heights. Check out our services specific For Researchers to learn more about our transformative offerings. Together, let's shape the future of research and pave the way for groundbreaking discoveries. 

To read the Modern Pathology abstract in full head to ScienceDirect

Written By: Kaitlynn Clement