NEJM May 2, 2023
By Samuel Aronson, ALM, MA, Ted W. Lieu, JD, and Benjamin M. Scirica, MD, MPH

Rapid government action combined with careful use case selection can minimize health care risks posed by generative artificial intelligence and put it on a path to success.


The rapidly advancing capabilities of generative artificial intelligence will impact health care. The nature of this impact, including its positive and negative effects, will be determined by a combination of market forces, clinician acceptance, and government action. Pragmatically focusing development on low-risk, high-impact capabilities is important. Multiple government agencies are in a position to incentivize this focus and mitigate the likelihood of harm.

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