HiNZ 2017: DermNet using AI for skin disease image recognition tool

The team of dermatologists and technicians behind the DermNet New Zealand online skin disease library has taken out the Clinicians' Challenge active project category at the Health Informatics New Zealand (HiNZ 2017) conference in Rotorua for its work on developing a skin disease image recognition tool.

DermNet was founded by Hamilton-based dermatologist Amanda Oakley and has been built over the last 20 years into the world's most online dermatology library, receiving visits from 18 million people last year alone.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Clinicians' Challenge, HiNZ 2017

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