PathAI, a global provider of AI-powered pathology, announced a new early access program (EAP) to drive adoption of its AISight Image Management System (IMS) in Mainland Europe.(1) 

Earlier in 2023, PathAI announced a similar program for laboratories in the United States, which attracted over 50 laboratories with many exploring long-term use of PathAI’s AISight Image Management System and broad menu of AI Products, the company says.

Early Access Program

As part of the EAP, AP Laboratories in Europe can trial AISight, a modern and cloud-based digital pathology solution compliant with GDPR, as well as conduct and publish real-world validation studies of PathAI’s AI Products such as ArtifactDetect, TumorDetect, AIM-TumorCellularity, AIM-PD-L1, and AIM-HER2.(2)

“We are thrilled to commence a more dedicated focus to bring AISight Image Management System to labs in Europe. We have continued to make improvements on the platform with input from our first set of commercial customers in the U.S. We are excited to partner with European labs in democratizing access to digital pathology, enhancing pathologist experience, and ultimately improving patient outcomes,” says Nick Brown, Chief Growth Officer at PathAI.

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AISight is a cloud-based platform that enables efficient end-to-end digital pathology workflows. AISight provides improved caseload balancing and assignment, caselist prioritization, image ingestion, image viewing, collaboration tools, and image and case management. Via AISight Link, AISight can also be integrated bidirectionally with laboratory information systems for streamlined workflows. Anatomic pathology laboratories of all sizes and specialties—including health systems, university hospitals, and reference laboratories—may utilize AISight.

“PathAI has been an excellent thought partner for helping our institution think through what it means to create a modern, next-generation digital pathology workflow that spans versatile use cases like research, clinical trials, and diagnostics,” says Prof. Jan Budczies, PhD, head of Medical Bioinformatics at the University of Heidelberg. “We are excited to partner with PathAI on this Early Access Program and look forward to taking advantage of their growing portfolio of features and algorithms on AISight, starting with our Molecular Pathology Department where we are especially interested in understanding the feasibility of estimating tumor cell content and characterizing immune cell infiltrates more precisely by leveraging digital pathology and artificial intelligence.”

About AISight

AISight enables pathologists with seamless access to a broad array of algorithms to drive workflow optimization, standardized biomarker quantitation, and next-generation case prioritization including ArtifactDetect, TumorDetect, AIM-TumorCellularity, AIM-PD-L1 (NSCLC, HNSCC, Melanoma, Urothelial), and AIM-HER2 Breast Cancer and will also host third-party algorithms on request.

“We have trialed AISight at our department for several months now. At our Molecular Pathology Unit we are especially interested in understanding the feasibility of estimating tumor cell content through image analysis. PathAI’s AIM-TumorCellularity can be a tool that will change time to treatment for patients in need of molecular testing,” says Prof. Holger Moch, MD, director of Pathology at the University of Zurich and PathAI Advisor. “PathAI has been responsive to our unique needs and a valuable thought partner in helping us think through how to pick the most modern and innovative digital pathology solution on the market. We are excited about our partnership with PathAI and look forward to taking advantage of their growing portfolio of algorithms and feature improvements on AISight.”

PathAI expects IVDR Certification of AISight Dx for primary diagnosis by Q3 2024. Early Access Program Participants will be the first to receive access to this platform.


  1. AISight is for research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.
  2. ArtifactDetect, TumorDetect, AIM-TumorCellularity, AIM-PD-L1 and AIM-HER2 are research use only. Not for use in diagnostic procedures.