Trusted by fast-paced R&D teams like:
plus Fortune 500 pharma and hundreds of academic labs
Biodock makes deep AI easy to train, run, and interpret, radically improving the accuracy and consistency of image analysis.
Transform your images to a powerful AI analysis pipeline in an afternoon.
Use our built-in labeler or expedite with our team.
Train and launch directly from our platform
Highly accurate and consistent models
Once trained, your AI pipelines run in a single click from our distributed platform built for scientists.
Blazing fast at any scale
Built-in comparison of experimental groups
Interactive object viewer and editor
Easy to use and understand
See how easy it is to train, deploy, and run a powerful AI pipeline for any analysis
Connect data from anywhere, and easily label and train to create powerful quantitative AI modules. Our powerful compute execution and results dashboard help you run and interpret your analysis quickly.
Collaboratively label your images in our AI Model Dashboard to quickly put together a training set.
Then, convert it into a versioned AI pipeline custom built for your images by clicking Train.
Organize your files in one place and connect images in from cloud providers like S3, or Drive, OneDrive, Box, or Dropbox.
Biodock allows for seamless zoomed viewing on multi-GB images and file sharing with one click.
Biodock runs across massive clusters to rapidly and reliably run any size of job up to a thousand times faster.
Just click run on your trained AI module, with zero parameters, code, or configuration.
Results drop into our Dashboard, where they are ready for data and graph export, as well as powerful population grouping and statistical comparison.
For every object detected - get quantitative metrics like area, x-y position, orientation, roundness, and intensity expression.
Visualize every prediction and correct objects with our object editor.
Train and use AI across any 2D acquisition type, label or label-free. Use images from human, animal, prokaryote, or inorganic model.
Single mitochondrial identification from transmission electron microscopy images.
Single human cell identification from cultured dish brightfield images.
Nerve fibers and epidermal layer identification in human IF skin biopsy images.
Intestinal villi and erosion identification in murine H&E stained intestinal tissue sections.
Collagen stained region identification in human breast cancer tissue.
Brown-stained infiltrated immune cell identification in human breast cancer tissue.
Biodock is built with security, integrations, support, and use policies that just make sense for biotech companies.
Integrated with your data
Upload or use our integrations for AWS S3, Google Drive, Dropbox, Box, and OneDrive.
SOC2 Type II certified, annual penetration tests, encryption in-flight and at rest. Read more.
Rapid support, anytime
2-hour response times during business hours included with most commercial plans.
Simple privacy and IP
Own the IP you discover. We never sell or share your data. Download data out anytime.
Biodock labeled and trained a custom AI model for us, achieving human-level performance and allowing us to expand our image analysis pipeline.
Biodock enabled us to provide controlled access to our analysis for our scientific partners, enabling them to easily analyze their results on the cloud without distributing our internal algorithms.
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