Target Group: Health sector

AI in medicine harbours enormous potential. AI-supported systems can help doctors to make more precise diagnoses and predict the occurrence of diseases and their progression more reliably. The automation of tasks also promises to reduce the burden on the healthcare system. In recent years, AI has already achieved ground-breaking successes in supporting the diagnosis and analysis of health data.

However, our health data is extremely sensitive. Data protection and compliance with regulations are therefore essential. AI-supported decisions can also have an enormous impact on those affected; for this reason, they must be comprehensible, transparent and controllable.

This is where the KISSKI AI service centre comes in. At KISSKI, we understand the sensitivity of health data and the need to develop ethical, transparent and practical solutions. The aim is to integrate AI into medical practice not only effectively and innovatively, but also responsibly.

The AI service for the health sector is aimed at:

  • Institutions such as university clinics and hospitals, health insurance companies, associations of statutory health insurance physicians, medical research institutions.
  • SMEs and start-ups from the biotech, pharmaceutical, medical technology and digital healthcare sectors.

Possible Applications in the health sector:

  • Novel diagnostic tools from intelligent imaging techniques.
  • Omics data analysis for the identification of relevant gene markers for the diagnosis and therapy of diseases.
  • Clinical decision support.
  • Care of patients in rural areas (e.g. via AI-supported telemedicine).


of AI-driven applications in the health sector that have been developed in the KISSKI consortium:


AuMEDa: Automated information and feature extraction from medical documents - structured data with artificial intelligence

Responsible consortium partner: UMG


CorMeum: Web browser-based app for heart attack risk prediction

Responsible consortium partner: UMG

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