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Dr. Papier spoke with PLOS ONE's Leonie Mueck about augmented (not artificial) intelligence and how it can change healthcare in the future.
"Now, with machine learning and artificial intelligence, there are a lot of people saying this is going to change medicine overnight and improve diagnosis. It's more complicated than that because medicine is complicated. But there is great promise."
AI is predicted to be one of the hottest tech trends in 2018, and the use of AI in healthcare is revolutionizing the world of medical diagnosis. Dr. Papier talks about how DermExpert and machine learning are driving the revolution.
Physicians at one Missouri health system are using VisualDx to quickly reach conclusions and move forward with the best care options, its CMO says.
VisualDx is expanding and creating jobs in the Downtown Innovation Zone thanks to state funding and a regional grant.
Apple CEO Tim Cook isn't a doctor, but he talked about a piece of medical software, VisualDx, during Apple's most recent earnings call.
VisualDx announced on Friday that it updated its artificial intelligence app for the iPhone or iPad to help non-dermatologists assess skin lesions and rashes.
Rochester-based VisualDx, has enhanced its VisualDx app with Core ML, a new framework enabling on-device machine learning to create powerful, rich experiences.
MedCity News reports on VisualDx's collaboration with Apple's Core ML to improve diagnostic accuracy with DermExpert.
Apple is showcasing our latest efforts for iOS 11. CNBC reports on our work to improve skin condition diagnosis.