By Nicole Wetsman from TheVerge.com
"Google announced last Tuesday [May 18, 2021] that it developed a new artificial intelligence tool to help people identify skin conditions. Like any other symptom-checking tool, it’ll face questions over how accurately it can perform that task. But experts say it should also be scrutinized for how it influences people’s behavior: does it make them more likely to go to the doctor? Less likely?"
Since The Trigger Tracker was designed with eczema in mind, knowing your specific type of skin condition can help you pinpoint potential triggers unique to each condition. We're curious to hear if this helps you! Let us know on Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube, and Twitter.
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