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Artificial intelligence spots skin cancer just as well as doctors

Some moles are benign, but some can be cancerous. Using thousands of images of varying skin lesions, researchers have now taught a computer system to make that distinction, The Guardian writes. After the “learning” process, the system’s classification of new images was more than 90% accurate, Nature reports. There’s no app for that yet. But researchers say there might be in the future.