An AI-powered healthcare solution acts as a media assistant

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming industries around the world at a rapid pace. Emergencies such as the Covid-19 crisis act as a driver of technology adoption in healthcare and artificial intelligence is coming as a boon to the industry. Most of the doctors have turned to e-consultation on WhatsApp and other platforms now.

But there remains a fatal mismatch between the enormous burden of dermatology and the skills needed to manage it, resulting in a high number of untreated or ill-treated patients. An AI-powered healthcare solution can aid in timely diagnosis. Doctors now have a powerful new ally in the fight against skin diseases.

Gaurav, Co-Founder, LIVEY, says, “Developing digital skills and ‘ways of working’, led by advances in technology will be the mantra that can help address significant infrastructure gaps in primary health care and deliver health care to the last mile. With the development of these With clear vision in mind, our team of alumni from MIT, IITs, IIMs and other world-renowned universities are building a world-class Data Science and Artificial Intelligence based solution under the name of LIVEY.This AI powered tool is a dermatology related mobile app that will play The role of the informative assistant, allowing clinicians to obtain a Tier 1 dermatology classification while sitting thousands of kilometers away from patients. This can ultimately save a lot of time, effort and costs through easy access to unbiased, consistent, and quality diagnosis and treatment.”

“Human skin is the largest organ in the body and according to Global Burden of Disease research, skin diseases remain the fourth leading cause of all human diseases, affecting about 1.9 billion people simultaneously, nearly a third of the world’s population. In India, the burden caused by Skin diseases have increased by more than 54 percent over the past three decades.

LIVEY grew out of years of research, tons of historical data and proprietary deep learning algorithms resulting in meaningful patterns across hundreds of dermatology categories and helping to identify different skin conditions. “In the coming months, the team plans to build on this healthcare solution so that more patients and individuals can use it to answer questions related to skin issues,” said Rohan, co-founder, LIVEY.

“LIVEY will give users access to reliable information so they can make an informed decision about their next step and keep their skin healthy and happy,” said Arushi, Co-Founder, LIVEY.

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