Artificial intelligence

Our CEO, Wout Brusselaers, was featured on OC Talks last week, a podcast from Oncology Central. In this discussion, he outlines the challenges most researchers face when finding patients for clinical trials.   He specifically addresses some of the unique challenges that come with recruiting patients for...

This week Deep 6's own Rajesh Sharma was the guest on the first episode of The Research Slayer Podcast. The episode was co-hosted by Sabrina Ramkellawan and Kim McDonald Taylor and focused on how artificial intelligence can help overcome some of the major challenges almost...

The Deep 6 AI team enjoyed a busy few days at MAGI West in Las Vegas last week. Over 700 industry professionals attended more than 100 sessions and workshops to learn from each other about how they can improve their clinical research operations. We joined...

Deep 6 AI's success with Cedars-Sinai was recently discussed in an article from Nature on "An AI boost for clinical trials".   The article outlines the outdated and challenging methods researchers use to find and recruit patients for crucial clinical trials. Then the article details how software...

We’re thrilled to share that Forbes chose to include Deep 6 AI on its AI 50 list of America’s Most Promising Artificial Intelligence Companies. The list focused on “U.S.-based companies that are wielding some subset of artificial intelligence in a meaningful way and demonstrating real...

Cohort Builder v3.1  Deep 6 AI's Cohort Builder is a software tool researchers can use to find more, better-matching patients for clinical trials. It allows research staff to search structured and unstructured data in the Electronic Medical Record (EMR), looking at millions of documents in a...

May is Cancer Research Month so we asked our Chief Oncologist, Dr. BJ Rimel, and our lead data scientist, Scott Hoch, to shed some light on how Deep 6 is helping advance cancer research through AI-enabled Clinical Trial Acceleration Software.   Deep 6 AI: Why is oncology...

Did you know that the first clinical trial ever conducted began aboard a 50-gun ship patrolling the English Channel on May 20, 1747?  James Lind was the P.I. investigating innovative new preventative treatments for scurvy. Finding patients for his trial was easy as there were...