NEJM May 2, 2023
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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