The maturation of artificial intelligence and mobile technology is bringing new ideas from vendors and efforts by healthcare providers to bring innovative treatments to patients.
For example, Japanese electronics manufacturer Kyocera is working with the University of Tsukuba in Japan to develop an artificial intelligence-based image recognition system that can remotely detect melanoma and other skin diseases by analyzing digital images of a patient’s skin using a smartphone.
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