HumanInsight COVID-19 and Artificial Intelligence: Experts and Dermatologists Perspective
J Cosmet Dermatol. 2022 Aug 17. doi: 10.1111/jocd.15310. Online ahead of print.
Artificial intelligence (AI) has an important role to play in future healthcare offerings. Machine learning and artificial neural networks are subsets of AI that refer to the incorporation of human intelligence into computers to think and behave like humans. While it has not yet achieved its full potential, AI is being used to combat coronavirus disease on multiple fronts. AI has made its impact in predicting disease onset by issuing early warnings and alerts, monitoring, forecasting the spread of disease and supporting therapy. In addition, AI has helped us to build a model of a virtual protein structure and has played a role in teaching as well as social control. The coronavirus pandemic has rendered the entire world immobile, crashing economies, industries as well as healthcare. Telemedicine or tele-dermatology for dermatologists has become one of the most common solutions to tackle this crisis while adhering to social distancing for consultations. Full potential of AI is yet to be realized. Expert data collection, analysis, and implementation are needed to improve this advancement.
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