AI not yet ready, says ACD

Liam J. Caffery PhD, Monika Janda PhD, Robert Miller MBBS, Lisa M. Abbott MBBS, LLM, Chris Arnold BComm, MBA, Tony Caccetta MBBS, Pascale Guitera MD, PhD, et al

The Australasian College of Dermatologists has released a position statement on the use of artificial intelligence in dermatology in Australia.

The statement was adapted from a paper published in the Australasian Journal of Dermatology and includes a full set of recommendations for dermatologists.

The statement aims to “provide a high-level overview of the Australasian College of Dermatologists (ACD) key policy recommendations to guide the development, regulation and adoption of Al in dermatology in Australia”.

“Dermatologists use AI for various research projects and the combination of AI, research and clinical judgement will have benefits for patient care,” ACD Fellow Professor Peter Soyer told Dermatology Republic.

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