UDRI technology to quickly diagnose COVID-19 licensed

Software firm licenses UD tech to quickly ID COVID-19

Software developed by a University of Dayton Research Institute scientist to quickly diagnose COVID-19 has been exclusively licensed by Greenville, South Carolina, software development company Blue Eye Soft. The technology, which detected the presence of the COVID-19 disease on a dataset of chest X-rays in seconds with 98 percent accuracy, was adapted from existing medical diagnostic software in a matter of hours, then licensed in less than three days.

Blue Eye Soft owner Srikanth Kodeboyina — an alumnus of UD — and his team further developed the technology, and he plans to submit a full proposal to the FDA for approval within a matter of days. The company has already filed a provisional patent on the software.

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Originally published April 6, 2020.

1 Comment on UDRI technology to quickly diagnose COVID-19 licensed

  1. battlestore75 // May 8, 2020 at 9:37 PM // Reply

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