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Is there a robot doctor in the house?

October 29, 2017, The Times

Lindsey Tonsager is quoted by The Times in an article regarding the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare. Commenting on how regulators are beginning to address some of the issues, Tonsager says, "The law hasn’t caught up with the technology. Nobody knows exactly who will be responsible.”

“Some diseases disproportionately affect certain types of populations,” Tonsager adds. “If the data you are using isn’t representative..., the AI could be unreliable."

 

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