Improve lives through early and more accurate cancer detection using AI
Founded in 2017, by Silicon Valley tech entrepreneur Rakesh Mathur and Stanford trained medical imaging researcher Jason Su, Whiterabbit is applying state-of-the-art AI in radiology to accurately detect cancer in its earliest stages, starting with breast cancer. We are redefining and shortening the screening and diagnosis experience for women in clinics today and improving their patient experiences. Our solutions significantly improve accuracy, productivity, and cost of care.
Nearly forty million women get mammograms every year in the US. About 1 in 8 women in our country will develop invasive breast cancer over the course of her lifetime. Whiterabbit’s north star is to create products that can quickly and sustainably impact lives. This value is our guiding principle for our company culture and decision-making.
Training AI to solve complex problems requires a robust data set. Whiterabbit and Washington University in St. Louis have forged a collaboration to build a world-class data set and lead the advancement of breast cancer detection with machine learning.