MoleMap in AI study to improve skin cancer detection

New Zealand's health data research initiative Precision Driven Health (PDH) is working with skin cancer clinic and technology provider MoleMap on its artificial intelligence algorithms to help improve the early detection of skin cancer.

The $2 million research project aims to enhance the AI algorithm that MoleMap has developed to differentiate cancerous skin lesions from benign lesions and will include clinical trials in NZ and Australia.

Posted in New Zealand eHealth

Tags: Precision Driven Health, MoleMap

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