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Nanox to Host Live Streaming AI Vision Event

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Ran Poliakine, Chairman and CEO and Erez Meltzer, Director, will host industry experts and Nanox team members to share the Company's AI vision of the integration of the AI technologies with the Nanox.ARC and Nanox.SOURCE NEVE ILAN, Israel, Sept. 24, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- NANO-X IMAGING LTD ("Nanox" or the "Company," Nasdaq: NNOX), an innovative medical imaging technology company, today announced that Ran Poliakine, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, and Erez Meltzer, Director (appointed CEO effective January 1, 2022), will host a Nanox AI Vision event. About Nanox: Nanox, founded by the serial entrepreneur Ran Poliakine, is an Israeli corporation developing a commercial-grade digital X-ray source designed to be used in real-world medical imaging applications. Nanox believes that its novel technology could significantly reduce the costs of medical imaging systems and plans to seek collaborations with world-leading healthcare organizations and companies to provide affordable, early detection imaging services for all. For more information, please visit www.nanox.vision. Forward-Looking Statements This press release may contain forward-looking statements that are subject to risks and uncertainties.


Nanox shows off its Star Trek-inspired 'biobed' to the world

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X-rays are taken for granted in the western world, but the World Health Organization believes that close to two-thirds of the global population do not have reliable access to diagnostic imaging. The cost of the equipment alone is prohibitive in many developing countries, as well as the cost of maintaining and powering the hardware, which can run into several million dollars. Nanox claims that its "digital" X-ray machine, a Star Trek-inspired biobed called the Nanox Arc, is cheaper to use, easier to maintain and doesn't require installation in a hefty hospital facility. The company gave its first live demonstration of the technology earlier this week. The presentation came from its Israel HQ, broadcast to the (online-only, thanks to COVID) Radiological Society of North America's annual conference.


How AI May Prevent The Next Coronavirus Outbreak

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AI can be used for the early detection of virus outbreaks that might result in a pandemic. AI detected the coronavirus long before the world's population really knew what it was. On December 31st, a Toronto-based startup called BlueDot identified the outbreak in Wuhan, several hours after the first cases were diagnosed by local authorities. The BlueDot team confirmed the info its system had relayed and informed their clients that very day, nearly a week before Chinese and international health organisations made official announcements. Thanks to the speed and scale of AI, BlueDot was able to get a head start over everyone else.


How AI May Prevent The Next Coronavirus Outbreak

#artificialintelligence

AI can be used for the early detection of virus outbreaks that might result in a pandemic. AI detected the coronavirus long before the world's population really knew what it was. On December 31st, a Toronto-based startup called BlueDot identified the outbreak in Wuhan, several hours after the first cases were diagnosed by local authorities. The BlueDot team confirmed the info its system had relayed and informed their clients that very day, nearly a week before Chinese and international health organisations made official announcements. Thanks to the speed and scale of AI, BlueDot was able to get a head start over everyone else.


How AI May Prevent The Next Coronavirus Outbreak

#artificialintelligence

AI can be used for the early detection of virus outbreaks that might result in a pandemic. AI detected the coronavirus long before the world's population really knew what it was. On December 31st, a Toronto-based startup called BlueDot identified the outbreak in Wuhan, several hours after the first cases were diagnosed by local authorities. The BlueDot team confirmed the info its system had relayed and informed their clients that very day, nearly a week before Chinese and international health organisations made official announcements. Thanks to the speed and scale of AI, BlueDot was able to get a head start over everyone else.