Feb 272020
 
 February 27, 2020  Posted by  Featured News, Healthcare

Adam H. Greene of Davis Wright Tremaine writes:

Artificial intelligence (AI)1 has become part of our daily lives, from greeting us in the morning through smart home devices, creating shopping lists, playing music, setting timers, and alerting us of a traffic jam on our expected route home. AI offers substantial potential benefits for health care. AI can assist individuals with identifying whether a problem merits a trip to the doctor. It can watch an ill newborn and alert parents and doctors of signs of distress. AI can analyze huge datasets and identify patterns that otherwise may go unnoticed, such as unexpected side effects of drugs or contributing factors to improved outcomes.

Read more on Privacy & Security Law Blog.

For additional discussion of AI from an EU perspective, see:  EU Issues White Paper Outlining Framework for Regulating Artificial Intelligence.

 

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