Co-Founder of AI for Fetal Ultrasound Recognized as MIT’s Innovators Under 35
Boston, MA – April 2023 – Rémi Besson, Chief Scientific Officer of Sonio, the augmented artificial intelligence (AI) company revolutionizing fetal ultrasounds, was chosen as one of MIT’s Innovators under 35 for Europe 2023.
Hosted by MIT Technology Review, the Innovators Under 35 is a way for MIT to recognize individuals for their great achievements and advancements in a number of technical fields. Thirty-five candidates are selected from across Europe to be honored on this list.
“As a mathematician and AI researcher, I am deeply committed to advancing the field of women’s health through innovation and collaboration. It is an honor to be recognized as one of the innovators under 35 by MIT, and I am humbled to be among such an esteemed company. This recognition is a testament to the tireless efforts of our team at Sonio, and it serves as a reminder of the important work that lies ahead. I look forward to continuing to push the boundaries of medical technology and making a positive impact on the lives of women and their families.” Says Remi.
After receiving his Master’s degree in Mathematics from Paris Saclay University and Doctorate degree from the Applied Mathematics Laboratory of Ecole Polytechnique, Rémi partnered with Cécile Brosset and Hospital Necker to co-found Sonio.
Rémi leads the AI team at Sonio in developing image-processing algorithms and clinical decision systems. He has helped develop AI technology that increases the accuracy of prenatal diagnosis by over 95%.
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