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  • Andreas Alois Reis
  • Rohit Malpani
  • Effy Vayena
  • Partha Majumder
  • Soumya Swaminathan
  • Sameer Pujari
  • John Reeder
  • Bernardo Mariano
  • Narjeeb Al Shorbachi
  • Arisa Ema
  • Amel Ghoulia
  • Jeniffer Gibson
  • Kenneth W. Goodman
  • Jeroen van den Hoven
  • Malavika Jayaram
  • Daudi Jjingo
  • Tze Yun Leong
  • Alex John London
  • Thsilidzi Marwala
  • Roli Mathur
  • Andrew Morris
  • Daniela Paolotti
  • Maria Paz Canales
  • Jerome Singh
  • Robyn Whittaker
  • Yi Zeng
See: The WHO guidance on Ethics & Governance of Artificial Intelligence for Health is the product of eighteen months of deliberation amongst leading experts in ethics, digital technology, law, human rights, as well as experts from Ministries of Health. While new technologies that use artificial intelligence hold great promise to improve diagnosis, treatment, health research and drug development and to support governments carrying out public health functions, including surveillance and outbreak response, such technologies, according to the report, must put ethics and human rights at the heart of its design, deployment, and use.The report identifies the ethical challenges and risks with the use of artificial intelligence of health, six consensus principles to ensure AI works to the public benefit of all countries. It also contains a set of recommendations that can ensure the governance of artificial intelligence for health maximizes the promise of the technology and holds all stakeholders – in the public and private sector – accountable and responsive to the healthcare workers who will rely on these technologies and the communities and individuals whose health will be affected by its use.
ForlagWorld Health Organization
Antal sider150
ISBN (Trykt)ISBN 978-92-4-002921-7
ISBN (Elektronisk)ISBN 978-92-4-002920-0
StatusUdgivet - 28 jun. 2021

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