Clinical Ethics – To Compute, or Not to Compute?

American Journal of Bioethics 22 (12):W1-W4 (2022)
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Abstract

Can machine intelligence do clinical ethics? And if so, would applying it to actual medical cases be desirable? In a recent target article (Meier et al. 2022), we described the piloting of our advisory algorithm METHAD. Here, we reply to commentaries published in response to our project. The commentaries fall into two broad categories: concrete criticism that concerns the development of METHAD; and the more general question as to whether one should employ decision-support systems of this kind—the debate we set out to ignite with our target article.

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