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The future of automated quality diagnosis begins now.

Global Good and Motic Introduce a Breakthrough AI-Powered Microscope to Fight Drug-Resistant Malaria. 

The Project

We are proud to announce our collaboration with Global Good to create and distribute the new EasyScan_GO, a breakthrough AI-powered microscope to fight the spread of drug-resistant malaria and assist in case management. Using custom image recognition software, EasyScan_GO is capable of identifying and counting malaria parasites in a blood smear in as little as 20 minutes.


About Malaria

Every year, malaria kills almost half a million people, and researchers estimate nearly half the world’s population is at risk of contracting it. The disease is typically found in tropical and sub-tropical countries in Asia, sub-Saharan Africa, and the Americas. Even in Europe and North America, thousands of cases are diagnosed from infected travelers returning home.



Motic is a groundbreaking company specialized in manufacturing conventional compound microscopes. Thanks to our optical expertise, thorough and heartfelt customer service, and aim to enhance the microscopy experience, we have grown into a global brand within everyone's reach. We are committed to standing by our young scientists from their early steps, improving healthcare, and supporting the progress of scientific research by adapting to the market trends, and by focusing on advanced digital solutions aimed at fulfilling the needs of today and exceeding the expectations of tomorrow.

Global Good

Global Good is dedicated to inventing technology for humanitarian impact. Millions of people suffer and die each year in poor countries from causes that humanity has the scientific and technical ability to solve. Funded by Bill Gates and focused on a shared vision with Nathan Myhrvold, Global Good invents technology to solve some of humanity's most daunting problems. Global Good does this by collaborating with leading humanitarian organizations, forward-looking governments, research institutions, and corporate and private sector partners that bring our inventions to market.