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Dermatology and Artificial Intelligence.

Clinics in Dermatology 2024 January 4
Artificial intelligence (AI) has been grouped with invention of the wheel, conquest of fire, the industrial revolution, and even splitting of the atom as seminal events in the history of man. With certain reservations, we agree. Like the other such developments, however, AI may be used for good or for ill. In this issue of Clinics in Dermatology (CID) we have written/edited/contributed and have carefully selected others with relevant expertise and interest to generate a series of papers on AI both as a general topic and as AI relates specifically to dermatology. This task is impossible to execute without flaws, and we readily admit to them, but we believe that the result is a meaningful contribution, some of which is unique. We hope you agree.

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