Artificial Intelligence In Consumer Health: Reality, Challenge And Opportunity
Are self-care apps and digital health wearables touted as powered by AI actually "intelligent"? Currently, no. However, they could be in the future, if regulators can come up with frameworks flexible enough to keep up with adaptive algorithms and machine learning. This article looks at some of the key regulatory issues facing this fast-growing and exciting consumer health market.
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