Aster DM Healthcare, Intel Corp, CARPL form learning-based healthcare data platform


Federated learning-based platform enables secure and rapid access to anonymized and structured health data for research and collaboration

Aster Innovation and Research Centre, the innovation hub of Aster DM Healthcare, has partnered with Intel Corporation and CARPL to announce a state-of-the-art “secure federated learning platform”. The collaboration will enable the development of AI-based health technology solutions where data can safely reside where it is generated.

This collaboration will drive innovation in areas such as drug discovery, diagnostics, genomics and predictive healthcare. It will also allow clinical trials to access relevant datasets in a secure and distributed manner.

Dr. Azad Moopen, Founder, CMD, Aster DM Healthcare, said, “The Secure Federated Learning Initiative will help analyze data and support the development of a predictive mechanism for patients, the opportunity for a second opinion on the treatments and, more importantly, the affirmation of the data. patient safety and privacy.”

Nivruti Rai, Country Head, Intel India & Vice President, Intel Foundry Services, said, “The solution will be offered as a service for use by both AI researchers and data custodians in their quest to advance the innovation in AI and have a huge impact on healthcare. Our common intention is to make this platform available to the health ecosystem to solve some of the large-scale health problems and enable quality, affordable and large-scale health care.

Dr. Vidur Mahajan, Managing Director of, said, “Our mission is to take AI from the test bench to the clinic, and this is another example of the same.”


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