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Hospice nurse Deborah Carlson had been hesitant to embrace the artificial intelligence tool her health system introduced earlier this year. She knew next to nothing about its inner workings, its accuracy, or its reliability.

Then, it correctly predicted the death of a patient she thought seemed stable — and Carlson found herself questioning her judgement. How exactly did the tool work, and how could she know whether to trust it?

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