Politico June 7, 2023
By Daniel Payne

Most of the focus in Washington on AI centers on how agencies should regulate its use by the private sector, with the FDA planning rules for its use in health care.

Regulators in charge of ensuring that artificial intelligence helps — and doesn’t harm — patients could use AI to do it, a former FDA official said Wednesday at POLITICO’s Health Care Summit.

Bakul Patel, who for years worked on digital health initiatives at the FDA before becoming head of digital health regulatory strategy at Google, said regulators need to think differently about how they set rules for the nascent technology.

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