Politico November 8, 2023
Daniel Payne

Rapid adoption of artificial intelligence is cause for enthusiasm and worry, experts say.

Top lawmakers, government officials, public health experts and business leaders see a health system on the brink of major change — much of it driven by AI.

At the 2023 Milken Institute Future of Health Summit in Washington this week, artificial intelligence came up again and again as health industry leaders explained how they see health care evolving in the U.S. and around the world.

They expect AI to speed diagnoses, target treatments and ease doctors’ burdens. But they said it also poses risks if regulation doesn’t keep pace and flawed products are deployed.

Here are POLITICO’s top takeaways from the summit:

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Conferences / Podcast, Govt Agencies, Healthcare System, Regulations, Technology, Trends
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