Although artificial intelligence has been around for a while, it has lately sparked a lot of interest and has been promoted by big corporations for its applications in picture recognition, speech recognition, and problem solving. Artificial intelligence is rapidly being researched for its possible applications in medicine. Dermatologists must have a solid knowledge of the principles of this developing discipline since dermatology offers a wealth of medical data and pictures that may be utilised to train artificial intelligence for patient care. 

A number of artificial intelligence research have previously been conducted on skin illnesses such as skin cancer, psoriasis, atopic dermatitis, and onychomycosis. This article attempts to provide a basic introduction to artificial intelligence principles as well as an overview of current research into artificial intelligence in dermatology, addressing both its current uses and its future potential.