Artificial Intelligence, China’s Newest Technology Temptress

It’s no surprise that Stanford University’s medical expertise includes the ability to identify malignant skin lesions or any other skin disease from an image of an affected patch of skin, as well as to specify risk factors for any of those diseases. What may be surprising is that it’s a computer, not a human, doing the identifying. Stanford’s skin-diagnosing software builds on software developed at Google, and was trained on 130,000 images of skin disease in a process that imitates the way human experts learn. The system matches the accuracy...

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