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Reopening The World With Visual AI

Deployable COVID-19 Solutions: Mask, Cough, Hand Washing, Social Distancing and Fever Detection

The Covid-19 outbreak has strained our healthcare and public safety infrastructure. 

Now, Chooch AI has launched a suite of AI solutions with its visual artificial intelligence platform to detect social distancing, coughs, masks, hand washing, fevers and even lung injury.

Watch these videos of social distancing or  mask detection or hand washing detection and contact us to discuss deployment in your public space or place of business to improve public health and safety.

Visual AI for Public Safety

Chooch AI supports public safety by detecting the presence or absence of mandated safety equipment such as masks, and the signs of illness like coughs or fever in public places. These AI models do not include any facial recognition features. 

The Chooch AI platform easily integrates into video management systems, both visible light and IR. Our API can provide still images and metadata alerts to any type of dashboard.

We are working with corporate partners to quickly deploy cough, mask and fever detection equipment. Please contact us for more information.

X-Ray Analysis to Detect Lung Injuries

Advanced medical imagery analysis both enables the detection of pneumonia symptoms and other conditions that lead to acute respiratory distress syndrome (ARDS) and can accelerate research. 

The Chooch AI platform is now trainable to detect any medical condition or anomaly in x-ray, computed tomography scan (CT scan), magnetic resonance imagery (MRI), ultrasound, or nuclear medicine.

Chooch is waiving licensing fees for COVID-19 medical researchers.

Demo the Solutions Now

Chooch AI processes live video and still images with results in under one second.  Our web demos only accept JPG format images from public data. Please contact us to arrange a private video feed demo and for deployment.

To test now, Download This Sample of cough, mask and radiograph images, or find images on the web. Then, click on a button below and use the  get visual AI results.

Upload Mask or Cough Images

Upload Radiographs

The Power of Visual AI

Chooch AI empowers rapid image and video analysis with flexible AI models. Chooch Edge AI can be embedded in imaging devices and Chooch Cloud AI integrates easily via API with information networks. On the edge, on premise, in the cloud or as a hybrid, Chooch AI provides the scale and power to meet any visual data processing demands.

CONTACT US ABOUT COVID-19 AI SOLUTIONS

Please contact us to discuss Visual AI, healthcare applications or public safety systems integration. We also welcome collaboration in our COVID-19 outreach and development.

Disclaimer

Chooch AI lung injury detection demonstration is not an FDA approved diagnostic tool. The datasets used to develop the demonstration models are publicly available and have not been validated by medical personnel.

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Mask and Cough Detection with Visual AI

Please upload a jpg image of a person coughing or wearing a mask.

Please contact us for more information.

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Mask and Cough Detection with Visual AI

Please upload a jpg image of a person coughing or wearing a mask.

Please contact us for more information.

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Lung Injury Detection. Upload Radiograph.

Lung injury detection, not a diagnosis. For research and educational purposes only. Chooch was trained with the Covid-19 Chest Xray Dataset on Github and Chest X-Ray Images (Lung Injury) on Kaggle

Oops, something went wrong.
Please try back later.

Click here Tap here to upload Upload your image
and Chooch will recognize it.
Supported formats are .jpg .jpeg .png

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Lung Injury Detection. Upload Radiograph.

Lung injury detection, not a diagnosis. For research and educational purposes only. Chooch was trained with the Covid-19 Chest Xray Dataset on Github and Chest X-Ray Images (Lung Injury) on Kaggle