What happens to your images
When you upload an image, an encrypted version of it will be stored in an AWS S3 Bucket (ie. "the cloud") owned by Biodock. We use industry standard AES256 encryption.
When you run an AI Module on your image, it will be downloaded to Biodock's image processing servers and GPU clusters where it will be decrypted for image analysis. Your image never leaves Biodock's services and will not be exposed to third parties.
When running Analysis, large images will be sliced into smaller tiles which are more appropriately sized for ML Models, and the ML Model output for each slice will be stitched back together seamlessly. This process occurs entirely "behind the scenes," so the user never has to worry about their images being too large.
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