Logical Images, Inc. d/b/a VisualDx (hereinafter “VisualDx”, “we”, “us”, or “our”) has created this Acceptable Use Policy, Medical Disclaimer, & Copyright Notice (this “Notice”) to inform you (hereinafter “you”, “your”, or “yourself”) as a purchaser of a license for and/or user of the software hosted by VisualDx known as VisualDx (the “Software”) of certain important terms and conditions set forth in the VisualDx End User License Agreement that governs your license for and/or use of the Software (the “EULA”). This Notice is subject to all of the terms and conditions set forth in the EULA and does not replace or limit it in anyway. You should read the EULA in detail prior to purchasing a license for or using the Software to make sure you understand and agree to its terms and conditions. Nothing in this Notice will (a) expand your rights or VisualDx′s obligations under the EULA or (b) modify or otherwise affect any terms and conditions of the EULA or the rights of the parties under the EULA. In the event of any conflict between this Notice and the EULA, the EULA will control. VisualDx reserves the right, at any time and without notice, to change, modify, add to, or delete portions of this Notice, simply by making such change to this Notice in the application in which it appears. By purchasing a license for or using the Software, you acknowledge that you have received this Notice and understand, agree to, and accept, without limitation or qualification, this Notice and the contents hereof.
Acceptable Use Policy:
As used in this Notice, “VisualDx Content” means the content of the Software and any accompanying documentation made available to you by VisualDx related thereto (including, without limitation, all images, illustrations, text, data, databases, data structures and relationships, designs, documentation, materials, and other content that are contained in or are otherwise part of or make up the Software).
Use of VisualDx Content During a Free Trial:
If you are using or accessing the Software during a free trial period, you may not use VisualDx Content in any way other than viewing it within the Software. VisualDx Content may not be copied, downloaded, reproduced, repurposed, distributed, sold, or otherwise commercially exploited, made available to any other individual or entity, or put to public use in any way (including, without limitation, for use in performing vision science or machine learning or to train or test deep learning or artificial intelligence algorithms in any way), all of which are strictly prohibited by VisualDx.
Use of VisualDx Content for Individual and Institutional Subscribers:
You may copy or link to VisualDx Content for your personal clinical or educational use including consulting with individual colleagues, for patient education, and lectures or other teaching material. Copying of VisualDx Content is only intended for limited use, and only for lecture or educational purposes. No more than to 10 images may be copied by any individual educator or student without specific written approval from VisualDx.
Educational material containing VisualDx Content, including course lectures and handouts, may be added to centralized, institutional learning management systems so long as that institution maintains an active license for the Software. The VisualDx Content must remain within the context of access controlled, specific course material, and any image use remains under the 10 image per user limit. When using an image from the Software, VisualDx′s copyright watermark notice must remain intact and must include the source reference: Image source: VisualDx (www.visualdx.com).
Unless express written permission is granted by VisualDx, VisualDx Content may not be used in any print or electronic publication, posted on websites, intranet domains, public bulletin boards, or online chat rooms. VisualDx Content may not be added to centralized image repositories or learning management systems outside the context of specific course materials per the guidelines above. Under no circumstances may the Software or VisualDx Content be used in performing vision science or machine learning or to train or test deep learning or artificial intelligence algorithms in any way, all of which are strictly prohibited by VisualDx.
The Software does not provide medical advice or diagnose a person′s health condition. In addition, it is not intended to replace or be a substitute for professional medical advice, judgment, diagnosis, or treatment. The Software is a clinical reference tool that provides initial comparative information for informational purposes only and is intended to be an adjunct to traditional medical information sources. The practice of medicine is a complex process that involves the synthesis of information from a multiplicity of sources. The information provided by the Software delivers information similar to that of a textbook and is but one of the sources that may be used in establishing a diagnosis for a patient. The Software and any information provided thereby should never be solely relied upon as a verified diagnosis of a person′s health condition. VisualDx accepts no responsibility for the correctness of any diagnosis made by any person or entity based in whole or in part upon the Software, the use thereof, or any information provided thereby. The use of the Software and reliance on any information provided thereby is solely at one′s own risk. If a non-healthcare provider is using the Software for his or her own personal use, such person should never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it based on the Software, the use thereof, or any information provided thereby. Such person should promptly contact his or her own health care provider regarding any medical conditions or medical questions that person may have.
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The Software and VisualDx Content are protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws of the United States and/or other countries. It is VisualDx′s policy, in appropriate circumstances and at its discretion, to disable and/or terminate the accounts and licenses of users of the Software who infringe upon our copyright and the copyright of our image contributors.