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Indica Labs Halo, Halo AI, Halo Link

Digital pathology firm Indica Labs has released new versions of its Halo, Halo AI, and Halo Link software. The company said that the 4.0 versions of the firm's software provide improved ease of use and performance, optimized workflows, and the ability to expand the use of artificial intelligence-based image analysis in digital pathology. The firm said that Halo 4.0 customers can use pretrained deep learning-based networks for automated nuclear and membrane segmentation in brightfield and fluorescence while Halo AI 4.0 includes a new AI-based annotation tool for objects ranging in size from a nucleus to a kidney cross section. The Halo Link 4.0 software, which is used for collaborative pathology, also has features including improved performance from an updated image server, the ability to view interactive markups, and the ability to view, sort, and filter slide metadata from Halo Link in Halo 4.0.