HBW Insight’s Key Takeaways From 2021: #3 Keep Your Eye On AI
The future of digital health will be shaped more than anything else by the rise of artificial intelligence. From body enhancing bio-wearables to camera-based skin diagnostics, the consumer health industry continued to explore the possibilities presented by AI in 2021. However, there are many regulatory and ethical hurdles industry must overcome as we move into 2022 and beyond.
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