Q&M is ready to reap its investments in AI, tech

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AFTER spending four years in development, dental group Q&M’s new artificial intelligence (AI) platform is ready to be put to the test.

In 2018, the mainboard-listed company set up subsidiary EM2AI to work on AI projects that can help improve service quality and standards for patients. This AI-powered orthopantomogram (OPG) scanner is one of such projects which have received the green light.

The model scans X-rays generated by an OPG scanner to detect dental conditions. It can also generate a comprehensive set of dental records for patients, which can be used to formulate treatment plans.