Making Policy on Augmented Intelligence in Health Care.

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Summary of "Making Policy on Augmented Intelligence in Health Care."

In June 2018, the American Medical Association adopted new policy to provide a broad framework for the evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) in health care that is designed to help ensure that AI realizes the benefits it promises for patients, physicians, and the health care community.


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Name: AMA journal of ethics
ISSN: 2376-6980
Pages: E188-191


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