Expert panelists discussing European technology called artificial intelligence an incredibly important innovation in healthcare, but said they want to see it better regulated, reports Broadband Breakfast.
Artificial Intelligence is the most important technological change in health care since the introduction of the MRI, experts said at a Thursday panel discussion about European tech sponsored by the Information Technology and Innovation Foundation.
AI will not be replacing doctors and nurses, but empowering decision-makers with new resources, according to those participating in the discussion on “How Can Europe Enhance the Benefits of AI-Enabled Health Care?”
Yet, for AI technologies to reach their potential, European Union actors need to create regulations governing transparency, they said.
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