China’s iCarbonX Acquires Israel-Based Imagu For AI Technology

The acquisition of the Israel-based artificial intelligence company expands iCarbonX’s capabilities in advanced image analysis, computational biology and machine learning. Asian Scientist Newsroom | September 22, 2016 | Technology AsianScientist (Sep. 22, 2016) – China-based digital life company iCarbonX has recently acquired Imagu Vision Technologies, a privately-held Israeli image understanding and artificial intelligence (AI) company. iCarbonX, which was co-founded in 2015 by Wang Jun, Wu Chun, Li Yingrui and Li Hao, is a developer of data collection, biotechnology and artificial intelligence platform of life-time data from millions of individuals. Aside from the acquisition of Imagu Vision Technologies, iCarbonX has established iCarbonX-Israel, its AI research center in Tel Aviv. Meanhile, Tel Aviv-based Imagu Vision Technologies has developed image understanding technologies applied to various industries, such as healthcare, medical imaging, semiconductors, homeland…

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