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The health sector is implementing AI tools to help clinicians make care decisions at a fast pace. What are the ethical implications of these products, and what questions should journalists think about when reporting on AI?
Rebecca Vesely reached out to Danton Char, M.D., assistant professor of anesthesiology, perioperative and pain medicine at Stanford University School of Medicine, to discuss the emerging ethical issues. Char is researching the bioethics of machine learning and co-authored a piece in The New England Journal of Medicine earlier this year about the ethical challenges of implementing AI in health care.
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