Intelligence Artificielle en Dermatologie: “la machine apprend pour nous apprendre” (Artificial Intelligence in Dermatology: “how machines help us learn”) (Herizo ANDRIAMBOLOLONIAINA MD, Madagsacar) [World Skin Health Day 2022 – Madagascar]

Intelligence Artificielle en Dermatologie: “la machine apprend pour nous apprendre” (Artificial Intelligence in Dermatology: “how machines help us learn”) [Video on Demand] : LINK (coming soon)

Abstract

Faced with the shortage of dermatologists practicing in Madagascar, especially in areas far from the big cities, the question is how do these specialists transmit their knowledge and their research products throughout the country? Is the management of patients with skin problems adequate in the periphery? In response to this question, the quick and efficient solution would be to use artificial intelligence, a tool that will serve as a relay for the transfer of knowledge between dermatologists and health care personnel without the latter travel to provide training and/or to be trained. This is a 3rd cycle thesis project and both an international collaborative project that seeks to solve the problems of care in the face of this shortage of dermatologists. The idea is to train the machine to learn from the experiences of a dermatologist, and then, in turn, to serve as a learning tool for the health care staff, without the presence of the dermatologist. The originality of this research is marked by an automatic recognition of lesions based on the difference in skin pigmentation. This learning capacity is the result of an international collaboration using a mathematical, logical and statistical reasoning technique that is computerized to recognize elementary lesions and possible combinations with clinical parameters to predict the diagnosis. Several learning methods will be analyzed and compared to determine a model closest to reality as possible. This work is a collaborative project between Madagascar through the Laboratory LARTIC of the University of Antananarivo & SOMADER and the University of Basel Switzerland through the PASSION project. The mission for Madagascar is to train the learning model on phototypes 3, 4 and 5.

CV of the presenter (in French)

Dr Herizo Andriambololoniaina est Médecin de Santé Publique, spécialiste en Informatique Médicale diplômé de l’Université de Genève (Suisse) et de l’Université de Marseille (France)

Coordinateur de projets de télémédecine et de télédermatologie à Madagascar depuis plus de 20 ans. Membre de ResearchGate (5.97RG) et Auteur d’une dizaine de publications scientifiques.

Actuellement Doctorant à l’ED en Sciences et Techniques de l’ingénierie et de l’Innovation au sein de l’Ecole Supérieure Polytechnique dans le cadre d’une collaboration scientifique avec la Faculté de Médecine de l’Université d’Antananarivo.

ORCID ID: 0000-0002-8193-1389

Presentation and description by Dr Andriamboloniana MD (Madagascar) [French; World Skin Health Day 2022 -Madagascar] (To find the presentation simply use the filter buttons from the event homescreen)

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