ISMRM: Consideration of AI ethics in healthcare is of prime importance

SINGAPORE - AI in healthcare has many benefits – not least of which is the potential to mitigate care discrepancies. But it also carries risks, such as the use of data to create AI tools that don't accurately reflect patient diversity.

Mark Schweitzer, MD, vice president of Health Affairs for Wayne State University in Detroit, MI, delivered a lecture May 9 at the International Society of Magnetic Resonance in Medicine (ISMRM) meeting in Singapore titled "Ethical Issues in MRI AI Research." spoke with Schweitzer about the ethics of AI and how he would advise radiology departments to make the best use of the technology.

What are the ethical concerns with AI that academics should be aware of?

What is AI's greatest benefit?

What is AI's greatest risk?

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