Algorithmic de-skilling of clinical decision-makers

What will we do when we don’t drive most of the time but have a car that hands control to us during an extreme event? Agrawal, A., Gans, J. & Goldfarb, A. (2018). Prediction Machines: The Simple Economics of Artificial Intelligence. Before I get to the takehome message, I need to set this up a […]

Defensive Diagnostics: the legal implications of AI in radiology

Doctors are human. And humans make mistakes. And while scientific advancements have dramatically improved our ability to detect and treat illness, they have also engendered a perception of precision, exactness and infallibility. When patient expectations collide with human error, malpractice lawsuits are born. And it’s a very expensive problem. Source: Defensive Diagnostics: the legal implications […]

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