SXSW selects SkinVision as finalist for highly anticipated Release It event

Renowned music and technology festival SXSW has selected SkinVision as a finalist for the Release It event, held on the first day of the festival. From hundreds of applicants, a total of 10 innovative companies will pitch live as competition finalists during the event.

SXSW Release It will have a panel of judges comprised of technology industry experts, venture capitalists and high-profile media select the product or service most likely to succeed.

SkinVision USA puts a highly accurate app for skin cancer detection in the hands of the US risk population. The imaging technology is driven by a machine learning algorithm that captures a medically graded photo, makes the risk assessment and provides the outcome instantly. People are urged to see a doctor if needed.

About SXSW

SXSW dedicates itself to helping creative people achieve their goals. Founded in 1987 in Austin, Texas, SXSW is best known for its conference and festivals that celebrate the convergence of the interactive, film, and music industries. SXSW proves that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together. SXSW 2017 will take place on March 10-19, 2017.

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Are you visiting the festival? Come and support us during Release It! The event takes place at Hilton Austin Downtown on Friday, March 10th, 2017 – from 11 am till 2 pm. We would love to see you there.

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