Technology more accurate at detecting skin cancer than humans
ST. LOUIS- According to a new study technology more accurate at detecting skin cancer than humans. A computer was taught to recognize signs of skin cancer after being shown more than 100,000 images of Melanoma.
In a world first, it missed fewer cancer cases compared to 58 experienced dermatologists. The computer was also less likely to misdiagnose a Benign Mole as Malignant.
Experts say artificial intelligence replace doctors but could be an extra tool to boost diagnosing.