Hedman advised UniTartu Ventures in the future acquisition of shareholding in Better Medicine OÜ

Collaboration between computer scientists at the University of Tartu in the development of an IT solution for cancer diagnosis will be boosted through the university’s investment company UniTartu Ventures.

Better Medicine AI (BMAI) is an artificial intelligence, which reduces the time radiologists have to spend on analyzing CT scans. The estimated time savings are 40-60% per cancer case and on top of time savings, it is estimated that by using AI to analyze X-ray, CT, and MRI scans, it is possible to save 36000-41000 lives per year.

Hedman advised UniTartu Ventures in setting up the model for IP licensing allowing for the use of the knowledge generated in the university. The client was advised by senior associate Kati Pino.

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