Skin cancer can be diagnosed by smartphone.
- published: 27 Jan 2017
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Skin cancer can be diagnosed by smartphone. A research team working at Stanford, one of the most respected universities in the US, argued that artificial intelligence could develop in the future and diagnose skin cancer by smartphones. It was alleged that a newly issued algorithm in the US could detect skin cancer like dematologists. Researchers at Stanford University in the US have recently published an article describing an artificial intelligence that can diagnose skin cancer. According to the article published in Nature magazine, the researchers introduced artificial intelligence, which they developed 129 thousand 450 photographs. There were more than 2 images of skin cancer in these photographs. The research team noted that Google\'s ability to visualize benign and malignant skin lesions in artificial intelligence through visual identification algorithms. Professor Sebastian Thrun, who works at Stanford Artificial Intelligence Lab, explained that they worked with 21 dermatologists and found that the diagnoses of the artificial intelligence they developed with the diagnosis were the same. Thrun stated that approaches to the project have changed since then and he used the expressions \"We started approaching this as a work that can touch humanity rather than a lesson project\". It was stated that the algorithm could be developed to the level to be used even on smartphones. But researchers say it is not possible to experience it in the near future....