The world’s first AI Precision Health Institute at the University of Hawai‘i Cancer Center uses AI to analyze medical images to assess health and predict risk of disease. Recently the AI-PHI partnered with QUIBIM a top tier AI company based in Spain. The AI-PHI is using the QUIBIM Precision Platform to centrally manage, store and quantitatively analyze medical images and algorithms. They are creating large scale imaging repositories with automated extraction of imaging biomarkers to characterize patients status. The QUIBIM platform will be the central repository for the AI-PHI’s mammography studies which over time will include mammograms from over 5 million women on 5 continents. The AI-PHI will also use QUIBIM to integrate AI algorithms to detect cancer without the need of radiologists in a first-read.