Sarine Technologies will inaugurate its fully automated diamond grading lab, which it says is the only such facility based on artificial intelligence (AI), during the International Diamond Week in Israel (IDWI) that will run January 28 to 30. The launch follows an initial pilot of the lab facility in Israel and India that opened in January 2018.
The Sarine lab is offering automated diamond grading reports, based on machine learning and monitored by expert gemologists, which the company says supplies objective, consistent grading results. The Sarine Profile reports are provided in a customisable printed or digital format.
The lab also offers science-based Light Performance grading, measuring brilliance, sparkle, fire and light symmetry, which they say objectively assesses the beauty of the diamond and adds value beyond the 4 C’s.
In addition, the Sarine lab also offers a new service, especially geared to retailers — a customised Diamond Journey report, which tracks the life of the diamond from rough to polished.
Sarine CEO David Block said, “We are very excited to be launching this state-of-the-art facility at the Israel diamond centre during the International Diamond Week. This event affords an unparalleled opportunity to display our capabilities to diamond professionals and retailers from around the world. We look forward to a very exciting event.”
IDWI Chairman Ezra Boaron said, “Sarine technologies have made a huge contribution to the diamond world. We are proud that the company originated here in the Israel diamond centre and we are pleased to continue this relationship. The Israel Diamond Exchange is committed to promoting technological innovation to ensure the future success of the industry.”