Plus Pilots: Ethical Health Care in the Age of AI

Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Learning Experience I needed and received a direct, clear overview of healthcare AI and robotics: the what, how, and why, as well as ethical questions to consider. The recent requirements in telemedicine use motivated me to find out what is out there and what is coming. Knowledge relieves the stress level in evaluating and accepting future changes.
Date published: 2021-01-17
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Ethical Health Care in the Age of AI
1: Ethical Health Care in the Age of AI

Robots and machine learning have substantially changed the nature of many jobs—including those in the health care fields. While AI has led advances in some areas, it also raises a host of ethical concerns. Join David Danks, professor of philosophy and psychology at Carnegie Mellon University, to explore both the beneficial ways and the concerning ways in which AI is transforming medicine.

30 min