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FDA’s 2021 Budget Priorities For Cosmetics, Food Programs Include AI Use In Postmarket Oversight

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FDA’s food, dietary supplement and cosmetics division seeks funding to support its artificial intelligence capabilities, including post-market surveillance and speedy interventions in instances where safety issues arise. Also of note, the agency cites UV filters’ effects on the skin microbiome as a research priority in its fiscal 2021 budget justification to Congress.

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