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19 September 2023

OncologIA: AI, ML and Digital Twin from Almaviva Digitaltec and Almawave offers advanced diagnostics

As part of the Almaviva Group’s expanding value proposition in the healthcare market, subsidiaries Almaviva Digitaltec, a Digital Hub dedicated to digital and disruptive technologies, and Almawave, a company listed on the Euronext Growth Milan market (Ticker: AIW) active in the Artificial Intelligence (AI) sector and in natural language analysis and Big Data services, have signed the “OncologIA” Program Contract with the Apulia Region.

This is an industrial research and experimental development project, co-funded by the Apulia Region through the European Regional Development Fund, for the application of innovative IT technologies in the field of oncological medicine. The project will feature at the Mediterranean Healthcare Forum to be held in Bari, Italy, from September 20-22. The project enables a highly precise modus operandi through the “sustainable” use of artificial intelligence and data, in compliance with the regulations that govern these applications and their ethical implications, these too binding.

OncologIA trials a digital twin of a person, offering doctors and caregivers a constant, complete and integrated clinical picture of the patient’s health status, thereby facilitating identification of increasingly personalized and potentially more effective treatments,” says Antonio Amati, IT General Manager at Almaviva, Chairperson of Almaviva Digitaltec and Vice-Chairperson of Almawave.

“By acquiring data from a range of different sources – including medical records, electronic health records and specific sensors and devices – OncologIA will offer doctors an integrated view of the individual person in care throughout their treatment life cycle. Healthcare professionals can thus combine skills, experience, intuition and empathy with the enormous potential that predictive AI systems offer in the prognostic field, thanks to Big Data and machine learning, while continuing to play their fundamental role of guidance, supervision and monitoring,” adds Valeria Sandei, Almawave CEO.