CureMetrix AI joins 567 projects, products, and services from Spotify, Google, Disney+, and others.
CureMetrix was honored as a finalist in Fast Company’s Innovation by Design Awards for 2020 in the Health category.
CureMetrix is also conducting studies across the globe to expand its AI solutions to help identify, mark and score anomalies in breast cancer screening. In studies published in the Journal of Digital Imaging, CureMetrix cmAssist® AI-CAD was able to demonstrate the ability to reduce false positives by 69% over traditional CAD and help radiologists improve their breast cancer detection rate on average 27%, without increasing recall rates.
“We need innovative design more than ever, and the 2020 honorees have brought creativity, inventiveness, and humanity to address some of the world’s most pressing problems, including the global pandemic, racial injustice, and economic inequality. Together these entries offer a glimpse into a future that is more inclusive, more accessible, and more just,” said Stephanie Mehta, editor-in- chief of Fast Company.
“It is our honor to be among the innovators recognized by Fast Company. With CureMetrix AI, we support doctors with data-driven information and tools to improve patient care,” said Navid Alipour, chief executive officer of CureMetrix.
Honorees for the 2020 awards were selected in the following categories: Apps and Games; Cities; Data Design;
Experimental; Fashion and Beauty; Finance; General Excellence; Graphic Design; Health; Home; Hospitality; Learning; Mobility; Packaging; Products; Retail Environments; Social Good; Spaces and Places; Sports and Recreation; Students; Sustainability; User Experience; Wellness; Workplace; Best Design Asia-Pacific; Best Design Europe, Best Design Middle East, and Best Design Africa; Best Design Latin America; and Best Design North America. Fast Company is also recognizing Newlab as the title’s third annual Design Company of the Year for its socially oriented tech manufacturing.
The judges include renowned designers from a variety of disciplines, business leaders from some of the most innovative companies in the world, and Fast Company’s own writers and editors. Entries are judged on the key ingredients of innovation: functionality, originality, beauty, sustainability, user insight, cultural impact, and business impact.
Winners, finalists, and honorable mentions are featured online and in the October/November issue of Fast Company magazine, on newsstands October 20.