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About Lunit

Lunit operates as a medical artificial intelligence (AI) software company. Lunit AI solutions help discover cancer and predict cancer treatment response by finding the right diagnosis at the right costs and the right treatment for the right patients. It was founded in 2013 and is based in Seoul, South Korea.

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15F, 27, Teheran-ro 2-gil Gangnam-gu

Seoul, 06241,

South Korea


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Lunit's Products & Differentiators

    Lunit INSIGHT Suite

    The Lunit INSIGHT Suite, Lunit’s AI solution for radiology, mainly consists of 3 AI solutions for cancer screening and diagnosis: Lunit INSIGHT CXR (chest x-ray image analysis), Lunit INSIGHT MMG (mammogram analysis), and Lunit INSIGHT DBT (digital breast tomosynthesis image analysis; soon to be launched). The most mature products within the series—Lunit INSIGHT CXR and Lunit INSIGHT MMG—provide AI-powered detection of lesions that are suspicious of chest abnormalities and breast cancer with 96-99% accuracy. Lunit INSIGHT DBT, the latest product to be released in our radiology suite, is designed to accelerate reading by identifying the 3D slice image showing the suspected breast cancer lesion among multiple layers of images.


Research containing Lunit

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CB Insights Intelligence Analysts have mentioned Lunit in 3 CB Insights research briefs, most recently on Dec 7, 2022.

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Lunit Patents

Lunit has filed 64 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • machine learning
  • artificial neural networks
  • artificial intelligence
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Machine learning, Artificial neural networks, Learning methods, 3D imaging, Classification algorithms


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Machine learning, Artificial neural networks, Learning methods, 3D imaging, Classification algorithms



Latest Lunit News

Lunit selected as contractor for building medical AI platform in Singapore

Dec 1, 2023

Lunit selected as contractor for building medical AI platform in Singapore The S.Korean AI medical company will supply Lunit Insight CXR to local public hospitals By Lunit'sгҖҖInsightгҖҖCXR South Korean medical AI company Lunit announced on Friday that it has been selected as the final contractor in the bidding for the establishment of the medical AI platform "AimSG" by SYNAPSE, Singapore's state-owned healthtech agency, aimed at innovating public healthcare services. As a result, Lunit will provide its chest X-ray AI image analysis solution, "Lunit Insight CXR," to local public hospitals. According to Lunit, SYNAPSE is a government agency responsible for the integrated management of IT systems in Singapore's public hospitals. To manage medical data in Singapore's public hospitals, it is mandatory to utilize the systems of this agency. SYNAPSE plans to install the AimSG service in major public hospitals in Singapore. Once installed, Lunit's AI solution will be utilized in all hospitals, according to Lunit. Lunit expects positive effects on medical innovation through the use of AI, anticipating improved diagnostic accuracy and shortened treatment times for local medical professionals. "This collaboration with SYNAPSE will be an opportunity to boast our company's global competitiveness, significantly contributing to public healthcare innovation in Singapore," said Suh Beom-Seok, CEO of Lunit. "Particularly, since Singapore plays a central role in the ASEAN region, our success here is expected to serve as a foundation for expanding throughout the entire ASEAN region," he added. Write to Hyun-Ah Oh at 1 Min read 1 Min read 2 Min read 1 Min read 1 Min read

Lunit Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • When was Lunit founded?

    Lunit was founded in 2013.

  • Where is Lunit's headquarters?

    Lunit's headquarters is located at 15F, 27, Teheran-ro 2-gil, Seoul.

  • What is Lunit's latest funding round?

    Lunit's latest funding round is IPO.

  • How much did Lunit raise?

    Lunit raised a total of $135.87M.

  • Who are the investors of Lunit?

    Investors of Lunit include HealthQuest Capital, Tybourne Capital Management, BrightEdge, NSG Ventures, Casdin Capital and 18 more.

  • Who are Lunit's competitors?

    Competitors of Lunit include DeepBio, Coreline Soft, Ibex,, Kheiron Medical Technologies and 7 more.

  • What products does Lunit offer?

    Lunit's products include Lunit INSIGHT Suite and 1 more.

  • Who are Lunit's customers?

    Customers of Lunit include Leeds University Hospital.


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