Artificial intelligence (AI) can possibly help specialists care for patients and treat illness — from further developing the evaluating cycle for bosom disease to recognizing tuberculosis all the more productively.
How our AI-powered dermatology tool works
Each year we see almost ten billion Google Searches related to skin, nail, and hair issues. Two billion people worldwide suffer from dermatologic issues, but there’s a global lack of specialists. While many people’s first step involves going to a Google Search bar, it can be hard to describe what you’re seeing on your skin through words alone.
For each matching condition, the tool will show dermatologist-reviewed information and answers to commonly asked questions, along with similar matching images from the web. The tool is not intended to provide a diagnosis nor be a substitute for medical advice as many conditions require doctors review, in-person examination, or additional testing like a biopsy.
Developing an AI model that assesses issues for all skin types
Our tool is the culmination of over three years of machine learning research and product development. To date, we’ve published several peer-reviewed papers that validate our AI model and more are in the works.
Our most recent paper in JAMA Network Open demonstrated how non-specialist doctors can use AI-based tools to improve their ability to interpret skin conditions.
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