San Francisco, CA. April 12, 2021 – Kaliber CEO Ray Rahman and Dr. Patrick Denard, one of the leading shoulder surgeons in North America and a member of Kaliber’s Surgeon Advisory Board, will be presenting the company’s work on real-time, AI-powered surgical software solutions at NVIDIA GTC 2021, which begins today.
Mr. Rahman and Dr. Denard’s presentation, “Platform to Deliver Enhanced Surgical Outcomes with AI-Powered Medical Devices [S32054],” discusses the challenge of surgical variability and explores the promise of Kaliber’s AI solutions to produce greater accuracy, reproducibility, and efficiency in arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgery. Their presentation also walks through the mechanics of how Kaliber built its AI-powered solutions.
“We are thrilled to be part of GTC and honored to be in the company of the many talented, innovative leaders presenting their work,” Mr. Rahman said. “NVIDIA is uniquely attuned to the specific hardware and software needs of companies like Kaliber that are working on real-time, surgical AI, and it has played a very important role in the Kaliber story. We are excited to be sharing what we’ve built and where we’re headed with the NVIDIA community.”
NVIDIA was an early supporter of Kaliber’s work. Kaliber is a member of NVIDIA Inception, an acceleration platform for AI, data science and HPC startups that provides go-to-market support, expertise, and technology, and NVIDIA hardware and software have been integral to Kaliber’s ability to develop real-time, intraoperative applications.
This marks the second time that Kaliber has presented at GTC. Registration is now open for NVIDIA GTC and Kaliber’s presentation.
About Kaliber Labs
Kaliber builds AI-powered solutions to meet the needs of patients, surgeons, and administrators in arthroscopic surgery. Our intelligent software is designed to generate insights from surgical procedures—cut to close—and channel them into surgeon-centric tools to support quality, access, and cost of care.