have expressed concern over the online tool developed by Google, the world’s
largest search engine and internet technology company, for early diagnosis of
skin diseases, calling it unrealistic.

to the news agency ‘Reuters’, Google developed it with the help of artificial
intelligence (artificial intelligence) in May last month. Had announced its
online tool and now experts have expressed concerns over the completion of the

to Google, it has developed a system of artificial intelligence that works as a
CT scan after three years of hard work and after reviewing the images of
thousands of people suffering from skin diseases.

stated in its blog post in May 2021 that the Dermatology Assistant tool works
exactly like the screening technology used to diagnose breast cancer.

to Google, 65,000 different colors, problems and diseases were shown to the
artificial intelligence system during the development of the tool.

said that with the help of this web application style tool, any user will be
able to take pictures with the camera of their mobile phone and find out the
possible nature of the problem that is happening to them. 

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has made it clear that the tool is not intended to diagnose or treat the disease,
but to provide preliminary information so that anyone can know the nature of
the problem.

to Google, the online artificial intelligence system through the tool will
provide the user with information about possible 288 problems or diseases after
taking pictures.

selecting a similar disease from the artificial intelligence system, the system
will ask the user further questions and find out about the symptoms.

to Google, the artificial intelligence tool will ask the user questions and
answers about the symptoms and the user will be directed to contact the doctor
by providing a list of some possible diseases or problems.

dermatologists on Google’s tool have expressed concern that artificial
intelligence is not able to fully recognize the colors of human skin and that
the tool will only be able to detect white, brown, or black, while white There
are also different levels of.

have expressed concern that those who get information about the disease or
problem with the artificial intelligence tool will be more anxious and

say that the tool will not be able to accurately identify skin, hair, and nail
problems and people will be upset as a result of possible misdiagnosis.

that although Google has developed the tool, it has not yet been made available
to the public, it will only be made available for use after approval by
governments and healthcare agencies.

has not immediately been approved by other countries, including the United
States, to use the tool, although the European Union (EU) has allowed its
limited use, but has also raised concerns about the tool.

the introduction of the tool, in case of any skin problem, any person will take
at least three different pictures of the affected body part from their mobile
camera and provide them to the tool and the tool will review these pictures.
Identify potential problems or illnesses. 

to Google, the idea for the tool came at a time when people around the world
are asking Google 10 billion questions a year about skin, hair, and nails.

should also be noted that some beauty and make-up companies use similar
artificial intelligence tools to give people advice on how to enhance their