An Austrian-Australian research team led by dermatologist Harald Kittler from MedUni Vienna investigated the extent to which the diagnosis and treatment of pigmented skin lesions benefit from this. In a study published by “The Lancet Digital Health”, the team compared the accuracy in diagnosis and treatment recommendation of two different algorithms in smartphone applications with that of doctors. The result confirms that the AI application generally has good diagnostic results. However, the doctors were clearly superior in the treatment decision.
AI application in treatment recommendation tends to remove more benign lesions than experts would. If you take this into account, the AI application can definitely be used. It should also be borne in mind that if used uncritically, too many false positive findings would have to be clarified.
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