The think tank of the European Parliament gives us a study on medical AI.

The introduction carries its share of disruptive revolution:

Artificial intelligence has the potential to revolutionize healthcare. Specifically, the AI will probably improve access to health care and the way patients are treated, but it also optimizes the way resources are allocated, helping health systems to operate more effectively and efficiently

Quickly weighted by the facts:

Some players claim that the potential of medical AI as a whole has been grossly overstated, with virtually no data showing real improvement in patient outcomes. Other experts have raised concerns in recent years about the potential negative consequences of AI medical, including clinical, technical and socio-ethical risks.

The study provides an overview of technologies and applications, then focuses on risk management.
Attention, the document does not take into account the applicable standards (ISO 14971 and IEC 62304).

Manage risks

The causes and means of mastery are listed in seven categories, sometimes with damage patients. The content is far too general to be usable.

A passport for medical AI

If it sees the light of day, this passport will be added to your technical documentation / to the information provided to users. The data requested is vast and complex, your GP will be delighted.

AI passport


Source: European Parliament Think Tank

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