In search of God you do not need to go anywhere. No temples, no church, no mosque are not true abode of God. They are built by man. The true abode of God is this body that God himself came up and created. The body is a living temple, saying temple, and moving temple. The temple was designed by no ordinary engineer. It was created by pure will of God. Therefore, it is a sacred gift from God. You must take care of the gift as the apple of his eye. You need to properly use the body for the implementation of the Self
The body is the first tool of the righteous deeds; therefore, the body should be used to perform daily spiritual practice, not only for food and drink. Of course, nutrition is essential to maintain the body. Food is there to protect the body and the clothes to protect from the cold, but if you think all the time about food and about the wealth, when you think about God? If the food is good, mind, too, will be all right. When the mind is all right, you can reach God. You have to understand that the food and mind are designed for realization of God.
A new artificial intelligence system can spot the tell-tale signs of skin cancer just as accurately as dermatologists. If one can get the tech on a smartphone, so anyone can run a self-diagnosis. Once the system is refined further and becomes portable, it could give many more people the chance to get screened with minimal cost, and without having to wait for an appointment with a doctor to confirm the symptoms. But the technology is not designed to replace doctors; it is designed to give people easier access to the first two screening stages before getting expert help.
Spotting the difference between a deadly lesion and a benign one is no easy task. One has to cautious about releasing the tool to the public before they know it would not make any false assessments, and real-world clinical testing should help improve it further. We are now seeing numerous programs and apps, powered by the intuitive reasoning of artificial intelligence showing up on phones, and giving us cheap and easy ways of assessing our health at home and that has to be better than just typing a few symptoms into Google.
Like many other diseases, early diagnosis of skin cancer is crucial. If spotted early, 10-year survival rates are around 95 percent, but that drops to 10-15 percent if the cancer has reached its later stages before being treated. This is an exciting new technology that has the potential to increase access to dermatology at a time where there is shortage in this specialty and the rates of skin cancer continue to rise.
Credits: The Stanford University Researchers.