White people are not made for Australia’s weather conditions.
Most Aussies think we have such high rates of skin cancer due to an ‘ozone hole’. But that’s not the case. Here’s why we have nearly a million cases of skin cancer per year.
Machines don’t make the same errors as humans when it comes to decisions based on visual analysis.
The value of machine learning is not only that it is more accurate than humans. It is also cheaper and more consistent in its diagnoses.
Lumps and bumps of all kinds crop up on our skin as we age, but how can you tell which ones you don’t need to worry about?
Most of the skin lumps we develop will be benign. Here are some of the most common, and how to tell them apart.
If you’re at high risk of skin cancer, check your skin regularly.
The earlier you find a cancerous mole, the easier the treatment and the better the outcomes. But it’s not easy distinguishing between harmless, benign moles and those that warrant further attention. In…