Founded in 2016, Lucendi, Inc. is a leading innovator and developer of AI-enabled smart measurement platforms for cost-effective and high-performance micro-object detection and characterization. Lucendi technology portfolio and IP are based on computational microscopy and holographic imaging coupled with innovative image processing, big data and machine learning approaches. Lucendi’s core technologies are cost-effective, robust and field-portable, which make them adaptable to a wide variety of applications.
A team of researchers from Baltimore-based Johns Hopkins Medicine developed an electronic triage tool to risk-stratify patients in its emergency departments.
The team — led by Scott Levin, PhD, associate professor of emergency medicine at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine — built the clinical decision support tool using machine learning algorithms to predict the likelihood of adverse patient outcomes.
On this page of our website, we show links to news about our clients. The first link, below, features our client Water Planet, a water technology company funded by Kevin Costner, Bluestem Ventures and Air Liquide. The story on a Bakersfield CBS affiliate is about Water Planet’s work cleaning dirty water produced in California oil and gas drilling so that it can be recycled for use in agriculture. Not mentioned specifically in the news clip, Water Planet has a couple of very significant innovations – a software based filtration optimization system (Intelliflux™) and a novel membrane material with special properties (PolyCera®).