Across the globe, 80% of visual impairment is avoidable and preventable. Due to the lack of effective diagnosis and access to eye care resources, there is an identified increase in visual impairments. This factor encouraged 3 like-minded individuals to come together in organizing international efforts for preventing blindness. Artificial Intelligence backed by Machine Learning and Deep Learning was the best solution to reach out to the masses. The main mission to eliminate the causes of avoidable blindness and visual impairment led to the development of Dhi Ajna platform.
To reduce or prevent blindness and visual impairment, it is necessary to increase the access to eye care health by strengthening the resources & facilities in the rural areas. Since evidence demonstrated that blindness and severe visual impairment is clustered among the poor and rural people, AISeon started focusing on learning & researching on Blindness Prevention to solve this major issue across the globe. An AI-based platform was created by AISeon to bridge the gap between public eye care services and reduce inequities in services provision.
Dhi Ajna TM is an automated cloud-based platform which can be used to sense not only retinal problems but also to detect diabetic retinopathy, pediatric cataract, glaucoma, macular degeneration. It offers a turnkey solution and providing screening, analysis, and predictions for conditions that can be detected via fundus imaging. Dhi Ajna is based on Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning & Deep Learning technologies that assist ophthalmologist/retina specialists to diagnose eye-related diseases.
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To become a part of the leading force to fight against preventable blindness across the world with Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Deep Learning Technologies by contributing the highest quality of eye-care services.
Diabetic retinopathy is a diabetes complication that affects the eyes. It damages the blood vessels of the light-sensitive tissue at the back of the eye (retina). At first, diabetic retinopathy may cause mild vision problems, but eventually it can lead to blindness. This condition can develop in type 1 or type 2 diabetes. Prolonged diabetes leads to lesser controlled blood sugar which is more likely to develop diabetic retinopathy.
Recognised Startup India Company by Department of Industrial Policy and Promotion. Certificate No.: DIPP26896