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Promise and peril: How artificial intelligence is transforming health care
AI has enormous potential to improve the quality of health care, enable early diagnosis of diseases, and reduce costs. But if implemented incautiously, AI can exacerbate health disparities, endanger privacy rights, and perpetuate bias. STAT, with support from the Commonwealth Fund, is exploring these possibilities and pitfalls, illuminating best practices while identifying regulatory gaps.
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