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Benefits Touted: "AI" Screening for Skin Cancer

Here’s another example of future innovations in healthcare: Artifical intelligence (AI) could increase the number of people screened for skin cancer and better prioritize limited resources to those who really need them most, according to Roger Ho, MD, et al, in their published column from the Department of Dermatology at New York University School of Medicine. The study was published online August 22, 2018, in JAMA Dermatology. How well are our medical practices, hospitals and schools preparing to harness AI technology?

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