Surgical intelligence

The Moments
that Make
the Surgeon

theator puts defining intraoperative moments in the hands of surgeons so they can continuously perfect their craft.

McGill University, theator surgical intelligence partner Microsoft, theator surgical intelligence partner Tel Aviv Medical Center (TASMC), theator surgical intelligence partner Olympus, theator surgical intelligence partner Academy for Surgical Coaching, theator surgical intelligence partner Bney Tzion, theator surgical intelligence partner Stanford Surgery, theator surgical intelligence partner Nvidia, theator surgical intelligence partner

The theator Surgical Intelligence Platform

Using AI and computer vision, the platform extracts and annotates every key moment from real-world procedures. Now, surgeons gain deep scientific insight into their own performances and those of surgeons worldwide.

Take a closer look at the platform

Achieve Peak
Surgical Performance


Review critical moments from operations just like the one you’re about to perform, so you make sharper decisions even in scenarios you’ve never encountered before.


Receive quick, precise and objective post-op analysis on your performance, to build expertise and refine your skills for the future.

  • Smart simplified experience, theator surgical intelligence

    Smart Simplified Experience

    Learn how our surgical intelligence platform automatically generates deep surgical insights and delivers them directly to you.

  • Instant access, theator surgical intelligence

    Instant Access to Key Surgical Moments

    Cut right to the defining moments of any procedure, and start enhancing your performance immediately.

  • Context rich insights, theator surgical intelligence

    Context-Rich Insights

    View surgical moments in context of the surgeon operating and the patient being operated on.

Start Operating
with Surgical Intelligence

Building the Largest
Intelligent Surgical Registry Worldwide

Hours of videos


Intraoperative moments curated

Visual operative reports

Backed by Academic Research

Impact of data on generalization of AI for surgical intelligence applications

Omri Bar, Daniel Neimark, Maya Zohar, Gregory D. Hager, Ross Girshick, Gerald M. Fried, Tamir Wolf & Dotan Asselmann

“Train one, Classify one, Teach one” – Cross-surgery transfer learning for surgical step recognition

Omri Bar, Daniel Neimark, Maya Zohar, Gregory D. Hager, & Dotan Asselmann

Situating Artificial Intelligence In Surgery: A Focus On Disease Severity

Korndorffer JR, Jr., Hawn MT, Spain DA, et al.

Accurate Detection of Out of Body Segments in Surgical Video using Semi-Supervised Learning

Zohar M, Bar O, Neimark D, et al.