Motivated to build and change current methods of diagnosis using artificial intelligence, we created GliaLab. GliaLab changes the way modern day medicine operates, creating highly accurate and efficient systems of diagnosis.
Founded by an entrepreneur from Sarajevo and AI developer from Chicago, GliaLab is launched with a mission to become the first company that will bring together a tandem of young and under-resourced scientists and researchers to work together and utilize machine learning and computer vision to help detect diseases.
We are eager to solve problems affecting people across the globe and create tools capable of answering and battling he world’s most pressing medical challenges. Our aim is to create meaningful values for humankind rather than particular entities.
Our current mission has several intersecting foci of interest revolving around medical diagnosis. We are using machine learning, computer vision and big data to create much cheaper, faster and more accurate ways of diagnosing and assessing diseases such as breast cancer.
Members and other partners of our company should extend you an invitation to join us and help us achieve and maintain high quality of work. We still encourage everyone to contact us and send us more information about their previous work and future ambitions.
We are actively looking for talented and like-minded individuals to join us and help us make a positive impact and meaningful progress. Whether you are a PhD graduate from New York or an under-resourced genius from Pune, we will treat you as an equal and respect your work. With the right approach, together we can be successful in conquering any problems we face.
Our goal is to become a leading development institution in various areas of AI, but these are our key areas of interest.
How can we ensure that machines behave ethically and are used in the same manner?
Can AI change where students learn, who teaches them, and how they acquire basic skills?
Can AI help us prevent natural disasters around the world or even stop Global Warming?
Can AI-enabled devices allow the blind to see and the deaf to hear?
What might happen when machines start to boost their own intelligence?
Can we use AI to save more lives in the future or improve medicine in general?
We are actively looking for talented individuals, mentors and partners interested in working with us or supporting our projects. Even though we will consider every application equally, we suggest that you find someone in your network who we trust and ask them to recommend you. Difficult? Maybe. Worth it? Definitely.
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