Wuhan, China, December 26, 2017. The Women’s Federation of Hubei Province, the Provincial Health Planning Commission, and the Provincial Department of Finance met to discuss cervical cancer screening for low-income women in Hubei Province. The meeting was presided over by Peng Limin, chairman of the Women’s Federation of Hubei Province. Also in attendance were Director Yao Yun, the Women’s Federation vice-chairman, and Wang Baoju and Guan Hong of the Provincial Department of Finance.

It was concluded that the proposal from Landing Med was the most innovative and represents one of the pioneering initiatives to introduce artificial intelligence technology to the field of cervical cytology in China. At the conference, Dr. Xiaorong Sun, founder of Landing Med, presented a specific workflow and key components of the program. She emphasized that Landing Med’s approach has many advantages over current technologies used for cervcial cancer screening in China: “Using AI and cloud computing offers high efficiency and high accuracy, and can completely solve the issue of lack of pathologists in China today. In addition it can support screening services in remote and rural areas of the province, and at the same time be an effective method of cervical cancer screening registration and statistical monitoring.” During this meeting the contract was signed between the Women’s Federation of Hubei Province, the Provincial Health Planning Commission, and Landing Medical High-Tech Co. from Wuhan.