Artificial intelligence in health care
Artificial intelligence has made a powerful leap forward in recent years. Large volumes of data, powerful computing resources and the development of better algorithms have laid the foundation for this development. Machine learning is used to make predictions. Predictions take the information available, i.e. data, and use it to generate information that is not available. This may be information about the past, present or future, such as, for example, determining whether a mole is malignant. Artificial intelligence in the health care sector may provide better and more precise diagnosis, and more personalised treatment. But how much power should we delegate to machines?
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AI in health care
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Teknologirådet - Norwegian Board of Technology (NBT)