Copenhagen hosted last week the European Society of Human Reproduction and Embryology (ESHRE) 39th Annual Meeting, and HYLIGHT was presented amongst the projects aimed to improve fertility care.
From 25th to 28th of June, Copenhagen was the European center of human reproductive science and medicine at the 39th ESHRE Annual Meeting . More than 10.000 specialized professionals from Europe and abroad gathered to present and discuss what is being done in the field, and what are the advances to expect in the near future.
One of the topics addressed during the congress was how the incorporation of Artificial Intelligence is impacting the IVF lab. In this context, last June 28th Samuel Ojosnegros, coordinator of the HYLIGHT project, was selected to share with a crowded audience the project’s objectives and preliminary results. The HYLIGHT project aims to develop a device that combining hyperspectral imaging and machine learning determines embryonic implantation potential based on their metabolic profiles, and thus, help improve the reproductive outcomes at the IVF clinic.