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Indian AI startup in talks to raise $20m to fight tuberculosis

Qure.Ai tackles radiologist shortage in villages with automated diagnosis

The Mumbai-based startup Qure.Ai uses deep-learning artificial intelligence to quickly diagnose TB from X-rays and other medical imaging. (Photo courtesy of the company)

MUMBAI -- Indian health care startup Qure.Ai is in talks with venture capital funds to raise $20 million to expand its fight against tuberculosis, the Nikkei Asian Review learned.

The Mumbai-based company, which uses deep-learning artificial intelligence to quickly diagnose the disease from X-rays and other medical imaging, has been incubated by Fractal Analytics with between $25 million and $30 million since its launch.

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