DermaCompare App Helps Detect Skin Cancer

by Tech Mainstream Staff


January 12, 2017


DermaCompare App Helps Detect Skin Cancer


Available for both IOS and Android, the DermaCompare app "empowers people to take care of their own health, enabling better detection of skin cancer." Currently 420 million people worldwide are at risk for melanoma. By using an image(s) taken from a user's camera or smartphone, dermatologists can compare moles and lesions: "Innovative technology enables automated image processing for anchoring, identifying and registering skin moles." The app essentially uses machine learning "to detect different skin changes more accurately and efficiently."

The app uses shelve imaging technologies, unique proprietary algorithms, automated skin mole registration and multidimensional database integration, big data and predictive analytics and the power of crowdsourcing of skin imaging and Cloud Computing. Visit DermaCompare for more information

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