WHO report warns against overestimating benefits of AI in health

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AI can help to bridge the health service access gap in poor countries, but bias, unethical use of data, and poorly trained models are all risks to be overcome

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has said that AI holds great promise for improving healthcare, but only if human rights and ethics are put at the heart of its design and use. The WHO has cre...

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