Born during the Pandemic
Keith Loo and Dr. Colin Hong officially launch their plans to develop artificial technology that will help people screen for skin cancers on their phone.
Filing first patent
Proprietary artificial intelligence technology that can analyze pictures of skin disease is filed with the USPTO
Collaboration with the University of Alberta
Collaborations with the University of Alberta to access anonymized burn and skin lesion data to train algorithms and understand technology-assisted time-to-treatments.
Collaboration with MILA
Collaboration with the Montreal Institute for Learning Algorithms to refine SkinAI™ algorithms and implement industry best-practices for responsible AI.
Issuance of Health Canada License
Skinopathy receives its Medical Devices Establishment License from Health Canada.
Presentation at the Canadian Burn Association Conference
Skinopathy is invited to present their findings on AI development at the prestigious Canadian Burn Association Conference.
Presentation at the American Burn Association Annual Meeting
Skinopathy is invited to present their findings on initial assessment and monitoring of burn wound healing using AI.
Skinopathy is chosen as the first startup for the Aurora Emerge event where Aurora Mayor, Tom Mrakas, Southlake Regional Health Centre Foundation, Schulich School of Business, and Lassonde School of Engineering announcemed plans on how to make the region a hub for innovation.