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Hospitals and health care companies are increasingly tapping experimental artificial intelligence tools to improve medical care or make it more cost-effective.

At best, that technology has the potential to make it easier to detect and diagnose diseases, streamline care, and even eliminate some forms of bias in the health care system. But if it’s not designed and deployed carefully, AI could also perpetuate existing biases or even exacerbate their impact.

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