All you need to know about digital development in the "skin business"

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Vision

The Vision of the Skin & Digital Summit is to create and facilitate a comprehensive conversation about what advances in digital technology & artificial intelligence can bring to the Skin Business at large (dermatology, aesthetics, skincare).

As numerous skin centric digital start-ups are launched, at a time where DermAssist (Google) is CE-marked as a Class 1 Medical Device, and is currently undergoing further market testing through a limited release and with TikTok, Reddit & Instagram influencing the skin business, such conversation is of prime importance for the skin / dermatology communities.

The skincare industry is in prime position to apply advances in digital technology & artificial intelligence to its advantage. Other dermatology stakeholders would do well to take inspiration from the industry and develop adapted data-driven 24/7 engagement, hyper-personalized experience & integrated e-pharmacy or social commerce strategies.

Skin & Digital Summit (SDS) in 2023

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  • 28th January 2023 – Skin & Digital Summit hosted by IMCAS. Only available on site.
  • 28th January 2023 – Skin & Digital Startups hosted by IMCAS. Only available on site. In collaboration with MWI.
  • 16th March 2023 – Skin & Digital Summit hosted by AID (eve of AAD). Only available on site. In collaboration with MWI.
  • 1st April 2023 – Skin & Digital Summit hosted by Skin & Connections. Available on site & on-line (in Portuguese).
  • 12th May 2023 – Skin & Digital Summit hosted by AEDV. Only available on site (in Spanish).
  • 9th December 2023 – Annual Skin & Digital Summit. Only available on-line.
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10.30 – 10.33 CET
Introduction

Introduction

Dominique du Crest

10.33 – 10.48 CET
AI in cosmetic dermatology

AI in cosmetic dermatology

Ahmed Sadek

Q & A with the audience

10.48 – 11.03 CET
How can we be both social and ethical?

How can we be both social and ethical?

Diala Haykal

Q & A with the audience

11.03 – 11.28 CET
Metaverse roundtable: let’s talk about the future

Metaverse roundtable: let’s talk about the future

Miriam Fernández-Parrado

Hector Perandones Gonzales
Tracy Cohen Sayag
Stéphane Smarrito

Q & A with the audience moderated by Foad Nahai & Anthony Rossi

11.28 – 11.30 CET
Conclusion & next steps

Conclusion & next steps

Dominique du Crest

11.30 – 11.32 CET
Introduction

Introduction

Dominique du Crest

11.32 – 11.42 CET
Magic Wand Initiative

Magic Wand Initiative

Lilit Garibyan

Q & A with the audience

11.42 – 11.51 CET
OnlineDoctor - Teledermatology taking off for growth - Digital first as the new standard of care?

OnlineDoctor - Teledermatology taking off for growth - Digital first as the new standard of care?

Philipp Wustrow

11.51 – 12.00 CET
Sequential - Skin microbiome testing company

Sequential - Skin microbiome testing company

Oliver Worsley

12.00 – 12.09 CET
Nomige - Digitally assisted DNA-based skin analysis to design personalised skincare

Nomige - Digitally assisted DNA-based skin analysis to design personalised skincare

Barbara Geusens

12.09 – 12.18 CET
Medicall, Inc. - Using a multi-step AI pipeline to streamline dermatology visits

Medicall, Inc. - Using a multi-step AI pipeline to streamline dermatology visits

Omar Badri

12.18 – 12.27 CET
Atopic dermatitis app to increase patients' compliance

Atopic dermatitis app to increase patients' compliance

Giovanni Damiani

12.27 – 12.30 CET
Conclusion

Conclusion

Dominique du Crest

tbd
Introduction

Introduction

Dominique du Crest

tbd
AI & biases in dermatology

AI & biases in dermatology

To be announced

Q & A with the audience moderated by Lilit Garibyan

tbd
AI & machine learning in melanoma

AI & machine learning in melanoma

Eugene Semenov

Q & A with the audience moderated by Lilit Garibyan

tbd
Engaging clinicians in problem-based innovation

Engaging clinicians in problem-based innovation

Lilit Garibyan

tbd
Magic Wand Initiative scholar

Magic Wand Initiative scholar

To be announced

tbd
Conclusion & next steps

Conclusion & next steps

Dominique du Crest

Programme is under preparation and will be announced later on

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Scientific partners

References

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  5. New Documentary Says Influencers Create ‘Cycle of Ignorance and Also Misinformation’ About Plastic Surgery https://people.com/health/new-documentary-fillernation-beauty-influencers-cycle-ignorance-misinformation-plastic-surgery/