What’s in the Box?: Uncertain Accountability of Machine Learning Applications in Healthcare

American Journal of Bioethics 20 (11):37-40 (2020)
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Machine learning is an increasingly significant part of modern healthcare, transforming the way clinical decisions are made and health resources are managed. These developme...

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