San Francisco, CA. May 18, 2022 – Kaliber.ai CEO Ray Rahman and Head of Research and Innovation Chandra Jonelagadda will be presenting the company’s AI-powered, intraoperative assistance system—Kaliber Virtual Assist—at a demo on Friday, May 20 during the Arthroscopy Association of North America (AANA22) Annual Meeting.
Kaliber Virtual Assist, built on fundamental AI and computer vision technology, is designed to recognize anatomical features from the real-time video feeds of surgical procedures. Built for surgeons with features modeled after surgeons’ core skills, the system has an inference speed 10x faster than the human brain and has the potential to produce greater accuracy, reproducibility, and efficiency in arthroscopic surgery.
“Arthroscopic surgery is at an inflection point, where the precision of artificial intelligence has the potential to make us dramatically better at what we do,” said Dr. Richard Angelo, Chief Medical Officer of Kaliber and past president of AANA. “Kaliber Virtual Assist commences this evolution.”
Friday’s presentation will walk through the product’s current features and offer a Q&A about Kaliber’s capabilities and product innovations. The company’s intraoperative solutions, including Kaliber Virtual Assist, are currently in development and may require FDA clearance or approval.
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.