Tough questions posed for the use of AI in healthcare

The Nuffield Council on Bioethics has released a briefing note asking what it sees as the big ethical questions on the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare. The note acknowledges the huge potential of AI in making healthcare more efficient and friendly, as well as making faster and more accurate diagnoses, but its focus is on the serious questions about the use of AI that the healthcare industry needs to tackle head on if public trust in AI in healthcare is to be gained…
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