In March we announced the Gemini Beta – the first comprehensive clinical digital twin platform. Gemini is designed to ingest any type of information about the human body – including genetics, biochemistry, imaging, quantitative anatomy, vitals, symptoms, medical, family & social history – structure it, intelligently summarize it and make it searchable.
Gemini is now out of Beta! More details on what’s new below.
If you already have a Gemini Dashboard, just log in — you’re already upgraded! If you haven’t got a Gemini Dashboard yet, the quickest way to get upgraded is by scheduling your next Gemini Exam.
Here are Gemini’s key new features, on top of countless smaller updates and stability improvements, since our beta release:
- Sharing: Gemini’s improved dashboard sharing allows you to easily & securely share a link to your dashboard by email and manage who has access over time. Click the Settings icon at the bottom left and then click ‘Share’ to get started.
- Search: Given how comprehensive the Gemini dashboard is, it can sometimes be difficult to find exactly what you’re looking for. The first version of Dashboard Search makes it easy to find relevant biomarkers and images you’re interested in. This is just our first step in a long journey to build the first search engine for your body – there are many more improvements to come.
- Downloading: You can now download source PDF reports from Quest, Invitae, AliveCor & more as well as the raw images from your MRI scans. Click the Settings icon at the bottom left and then click ‘Download’ to get started.
- Settings: An intuitive in-dashboard settings experience to manage your account and the ability to provide and edit your social and family history, which will function as important inputs to future analyses.
- 3D whole body model: Gemini now reconstructs interactive 3D representations of key organs, muscles and other anatomical structures based on your whole body scan. These are derived by the first Whole-Body Anatomical Foundation Model (WB-AFM), a core technology we’ve been developing to help automate the analysis and triage of whole body scans. The first WB-AFM is now capable of parsing and understanding more than 300 anatomical structures, subsystems and tissue properties more accurately than any prior ML model.
- New organ & muscle analyses: The WB-AFM now identifies and analyzes the liver, psoas and abdominal muscles and also includes significant improvements to the kidney and spleen analyses.These will be shown in your 3D whole body image and new derived measurements such as liver iron concentration and muscle & fat fractions will be available to evaluate and monitor longitudinally. These new analyses and measurements are generated when you get a Gemini Exam so they will only become available after your next exam – however, they are applied retroactively to all prior exams.
Along with these product updates, Gemini v1 and the Whole Body Anatomical Foundation Model are now ready to be deployed as a SaaS platform into existing healthcare systems and clinics. We are in the process of executing our first deployment with a partner health system. If you are interested in exploring partnership opportunities or know someone who might be, we’d love to chat. We’re excited for these partnerships to enable more extensive availability of Gemini Exams over time.
While Gemini exiting Beta represents a significant milestone, this is still just the v1 — and we’re even more excited about what’s to come.
With this foundation set, we’ll be focused on three key pillars on the path to extending the world’s first comprehensive clinical quality digital twin platform. First, we’ll enable the integration of a more comprehensive set of your health data, including inputs from wearables, EHRs, and more. Over time, this will constantly increase the fidelity of Gemini’s representation of your physiology. Second, we’ll relentlessly increase the utility of the platform for you by building features and applying advanced AI techniques to derive more measurements and generate personalized health forecasts and recommendations that make your dashboard easier to interpret and more actionable. And finally, we’ll continue to focus on making the Gemini Exam faster and more comprehensive.
We’d love to hear from you – if you have any questions, suggestions or feedback please reach out at firstname.lastname@example.org.