Artificial Intelligence and Assisted Reproduction

With the aim of achieving pregnancy in our patients in the shortest possible time, we incorporate artificial intelligence in our IVF laboratory.

AI reports for Fertility Preservation with VIOLET™

VIOLET™ is a report generated through the use of an artificial intelligence tool provided by the company Future Fertility.

This report provides an assessment of the patient’s egg quality as well as personalized predictions of the likelihood of each egg developing into a blastocyst, an embryo on the fifth day of development.

In addition to assessing egg quality, the VIOLET™ report is also able to provide a personalized prediction of the likelihood of achieving a successful pregnancy based on the number of oocytes obtained during ovarian puncture.

Unlike other approaches that rely solely on the number of mature oocytes and the patient’s age, VIOLET™ recognizes that each person is unique in terms of health and fertility.

VIOLET™ has been designed to make it easier for patients to read and interpret the report, allowing them to actively participate in more informed decision making. The content of the report provides clear and personalized knowledge about the fertility treatment, helping to improve decision making by both physicians and patients. As always, we recommend that the results be evaluated together with the specialist in the consultation to ensure the proper interpretation of the information.

Discover Your IVF Success Probabilities with MAGENTA™

MAGENTA™ provides us with personalized scores of egg quality based on images of patients’ eggs (oocytes), comparing them with over 70,000 images of other eggs and their outcomes.

A higher score in MAGENTA™ correlates with a higher probability of eggs developing into a blastocyst on the fifth or sixth day.

The obtained report is easy to understand, allowing patients to approach their treatment from a more informed standpoint. The information is presented in a clear and personalized manner, improving future planning in consultation with the specialist.

Embryoscope: Artificial Intelligence for Embryo Analysis

The Embryoscope is an incubator with artificial intelligence used for embryo selection, showing excellent success rates in assisted reproduction treatments.

With a built-in camera, it takes photos every 10 minutes from different angles, generating a video. These videos are uploaded to the cloud to be analyzed by the IDAScore software, completely automatically, eliminating any subjectivity from the operator.

The Embryoscope is the most suitable tool for embryo development and selection. Along with the advantage of greater temperature and gas stability, this type of incubator allows minute-by-minute monitoring of development.

Furthermore, through Artificial Intelligence, embryos are evaluated based on several variables beyond the morphological assessment made by the human eye, optimizing the embryo score for transfer. All of this improves pregnancy rates and shortens the time to pregnancy.

Embryoscope Features

  • The latest version is the KIDScore D5 v3 tool designed from over 5000 embryos with known implantation data (KID: Known Implantation Data).
  • It categorizes embryos from 1 to 9.9 and the quality of the inner cell mass.
  • Additionally, to assign a score to each embryo, it considers irregularities in divisions, such as direct division, and the speed of development.
  • It has the ability to detect information not visible to the human eye.
  • It can observe more than 200 embryos simultaneously continuously.

Frequently Asked Questions

Artificial intelligence is currently used through various tools in the laboratory. These tools help to remove subjectivity when evaluating gametes and embryos, and thus improve the chances of pregnancy.

No. Artificial intelligence is utilized through software and does not impact embryos.

The use of artificial intelligence in assisted reproductive treatments helps shorten the “time to pregnancy.” In other words, it reduces the time it takes to achieve pregnancy by assisting in identifying the embryo with the best chances of implantation.

No. The use of artificial intelligence tools does not remove the need to perform a genetic study of the embryos when indicated by the specialist.