Get ready for AI in pandemic response and healthcare
WHO will continue to support countries to accelerate preparedness for AI for next generation pandemic response and healthcare management, say Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and Soumya Swaminathan
Covid-19 driven advances in automation and artificial intelligence risk exacerbating economic inequality
Anton Korinek and Joseph E Stiglitz make the case for a deliberate effort to steer technological advances in a direction that enhances the role of human workers.
How US law will evaluate artificial intelligence for covid-19
Daniel E Ho and colleagues explore the legal implications of using artificial intelligence in the response to covid-19 and call for more robust evaluation frameworks.
Does “AI” stand for augmenting inequality in the era of covid-19 healthcare?
Artificial intelligence can help tackle the covid-19 pandemic, but bias and discrimination in its design and deployment risk exacerbating existing health inequity argue David Leslie and colleagues.
Using AI ethically to tackle covid-19
Taking a principled approach is crucial to the successful use of AI in pandemic management, say Stephen Cave and colleagues.
Improving trust and solidarity could help release the full power of artificial intelligence in healthcare
Artificial intelligence has already started to disrupt the traditional medical model, but there is still long way to go for it to be fully established, writes Xing-Huan Wang.
Artificial intelligence for covid-19 response
AI has yet to fulfil its potential, but it could if we learn lessons from covid-19, by Bernardo Mariano Junior, Sheng Wu, and Derrick Muneene.
Integrating artificial intelligence in bedside care for covid-19 and future pandemics
Michael Yu and colleagues examine the challenges in developing AI tools for use at point of care.