Artificial intelligence identified eight in ten skin cancer cases in study

Researches have pitted experienced physicians against AIs to test the latter’s diagnostic abilities within skin cancer.

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Artificial intelligence is gaining ground within the healthcare sector, and a new study has now demonstrated that the technology is almost on par with experienced doctors at identifying skin cancer cases, Danish industry media Medicinsk Tidsskrift (”Medical Times”) writes.

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