IVY has the potential to predict with much greater certainty whether an embryo would implant

IVY AI observes the development of the embryo while it remains undisturbed in the time-lapse incubator. The AI system looks at 2000 embryos, observing the first five days of each embryo's life.

IVY takes millions of pieces of information and correlates this data, which will then tell the embryologist which embryo will have a successful fetal heart, increasing the chance of a healthy baby.

Virtus is rolling out the EmbryoScope + incubators that contain the Ivy AI software through its major laboratories both locally and internationally.

In NSW, IVY is already being used in all laboratories, and the company has approval for a randomised control trial to further study the impact of this new technology.