Keeping the Patient at the Center of Machine Learning in Healthcare

American Journal of Bioethics 20 (11):54-56 (2020)

Abstract

Char et al. aspire to provide “a systematic approach to identifying … ethical concerns” around machine learning healthcare applications, which includes artificial intelligence and...

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