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How to Make AI More Humane

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The technology that drives more of our societies and economies is too important to be left just to coders, says law professor Frank Pasquale.

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Very happy to have this interview on my @Harvard_Press book "New Laws of Robotics" published today https://t.co/QqkfvXpxp5
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How to Make AI More Humane

How to Make AI More Humane

The technology that drives more of our societies and economies is too important to be left just to coders, says law professor Frank Pasquale.

6 lessons-learned to get ready for the next wave of COVID

6 lessons-learned to get ready for the next wave of COVID

100 days working on COVID-19 and lessons learned to prepare us for the next spike and future pandemics

Fear, loathing and profits – the battle over data access and data privacy in healthcare

Fear, loathing and profits – the battle over data access and data privacy in healthcare

The proponents of data access declare it to be a fundamental right for consumers. Those who stand to profit – or lose – from open access to patient data have different points of view.

THE HUMAN IN THE MIDDLE: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HEALTH CARE Summary Proceedings Symposium Presentation and Reactor Panel of Experts Thomas Jefferson University December 10, 2019

THE HUMAN IN THE MIDDLE: ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN HEALTH CARE Summary Proceedings Symposium Presentation and Reactor Panel of Experts Thomas Jefferson University December 10, 2019

Ethicist Aimee van Wynsberghe argues that the AI journey must begin by initiating a meaningful conversation regarding ethics that encompasses values. The Human in the Middle: Presentation ...

‘There’s no way back after this’: Inside the unexpected tech revolution at the NHS

‘There’s no way back after this’: Inside the unexpected tech revolution at the NHS

Digital solutions have proven invaluable in helping the NHS cope with the demands of COVID-19. But will support for new ways of working survive beyond the pandemic?

ACOs reluctant to move to advanced risk-taking models

ACOs reluctant to move to advanced risk-taking models

Accountable care organizations choose their risk levels in the Medicare Shared Savings Program, and few are willing to assume more risk at this time.

Will A.I. Make Medicine More Human?

Will A.I. Make Medicine More Human?

Cardiologist Eric Topol explores how machine learning could help doctors reconnect with patients.

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: A Post-Pandemic Prescription

Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare: A Post-Pandemic Prescription

AI can be a game-changer, but several challenges need to be overcome

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Informatics Innovations: How to Achieve “Medicine-Based Evidence”

Informatics Innovations: How to Achieve “Medicine-Based Evidence”

In a discussion with NEJM Catalyst, Kenneth Mandl, MD, offers insights on innovations in biomedical informatics and computational health informatics that are creating opportunities to move ...

These are the most disruptive companies shaking up healthcare, executives say

These are the most disruptive companies shaking up healthcare, executives say

When KLAS Research asked more than 300 healthcare leaders to identify the most potentially disruptive company in healthcare, one tech giant was top of mind. But there are smaller, emerging ...

Doctor Bot: How artificial intelligence is already changing healthcare, and what’s coming next

Doctor Bot: How artificial intelligence is already changing healthcare, and what’s coming next

Artificial intelligence is at the center of many emerging technologies today, and perhaps nowhere are the implications more meaningful than in healthcare. So where is AI making an impact in ...

Hospitals are using AI to predict the decline of Covid-19 patients — before knowing it works

Hospitals are using AI to predict the decline of Covid-19 patients — before knowing it works

Eager for insight on which patients might deteriorate, hospitals are cramming a validation process that often takes months or years into a couple weeks.

How AI, blockchain, and wearables are changing the face of healthcare

How AI, blockchain, and wearables are changing the face of healthcare

Several major classes of technology stand a good chance of changing healthcare as we know it. Home healthcare, in particular, could see tremendous benefits from digital breakthroughs like ...

Hunting for the Heart of a Changing Community

Hunting for the Heart of a Changing Community

Neighborhoods nationwide are facing new shocks ranging from spiking suicide rates to surging populations. Health systems can manage these swings with high-tech tools.

How a public safety system became a Covid lifeline

How a public safety system became a Covid lifeline

Q&A with an emergency physician — Watching the 'worried well'

AI in healthcare - will it help or just make things worse?

AI in healthcare - will it help or just make things worse?

Those who laud the potential benefits of AI in healthcare are too often silent on the risk of exacerbating the healthcare system's current failings