Artificial Intelligence in Health Care

In health care, artificial intelligence (AI) can help manage and analyze data, make decisions, and conduct conversations, so it is destined to drastically change clinicians’ roles and everyday practices. Adaptability to change in diagnostics, therapeutics, and practices of maintaining patients’ safety and privacy will be key. This issue also explores some of the most ethically complex questions about AI’s implementation, uses, and limitations in health care.
Volume 21, Number 2: 119-197
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