Five guiding principles for responsible use of AI in healthcare and healthy living

Henk van Houten

Philips

Nov 19, 2020

The idea of relying on artificial intelligence to make important medical decisions about patients can be a little scary. Can we really rely on AI to understand our health? The short answer: yes, but with oversight. The use of AI in healthcare needs to be driven by ethical standards. For instance, AI should always benefit the health and wellbeing of individuals. AI should never be left alone; it should be overseen and regulated. AI should never do harm. AI should be developed using data represented of all peoples, not only the people who program it. And lastly, the healthcare industry needs to be transparent about the ways in which it is using AI.

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