How can technology help doctors and embryologists?

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Answer from: Sergio Gonzalez, MSc

Embryologist Fenomatch
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How can technology help doctors and embryologists? It’s well known that there is a growth of automation, new technologies such as artificial intelligence, machine learning. These technologies are also arriving in the lab and they are now a daily reality.

These new technologies can be used for different purposes, for example, in the IVF lab, we have time-lapse incubators, tools helping to select a donor. When using new technologies we base IVF processes on scientific arguments that help avoid mistakes. For example, Fenomatch is based on artificial intelligence and allows doctors and embryologists to measure the facial resemblance of the recipient patient and compare it to the donor, giving us a score. This score is the scientific argument we need to find the right donor for the patient.

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What technologies help doctors in the IVF treatment process?

When there are people involved, there is always room for human error. New technologies are being developed to aid these processes and eliminate or reduce the risk of mistakes. Did you know that new technologies are applied to donor selection? Now, embryologists and doctors can help you choose a donor using AI that is much more effective than selecting by hand.

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