Should We be More Worried about Digital Simulacra in Healthcare Being Our “Caricatures,” Rather than Our “Replicas”?

American Journal of Bioethics 23 (9):86-88 (2023)
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The construction of digital simulacra in healthcare and medical research purportedly strives to virtually recreate some aspect of reality, whether that be a piece of human tissue, an entire organ,...

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