April 22, 2021 | Abby Phillips

RALEIGH – Diveplane and Tektology, based in the United Kingdom, will partner in an effort that uses Diveplane’s artificial intelligence-based GEMINAI™ technology to enhance patient-focused global healthcare consultancy projects.

The technology provides synthetic data, and the tools to implement that data in real-world scenarios, without disclosing or revealing any personal information, thus enabling a company to leverage synthetic data to assess viability of possible clinical solutions.

“Exploration into the use of synthetic data to produce realistic patient population data can revolutionize the way medical data is analyzed and shared, and we’re thrilled to be working with the Tektology team to make this a universal reality with our software,” said Alan Cross, Chief Commercial Officer at Diveplane, in a statement.

The Raleigh-based company believes there is a pressing need to model and build data sets in order to address current challenges in utilizing healthcare data, and that synthetic data can allow greater insights without compromising privacy.

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