The deployment of Artificial Intelligence in healthcare is extremely promising and although AI is no panacea, harnessing patient data will lead to precision medicine, help detect disease before they manifest and support independent living for the elderly, amongst many other things. However, this progress will not be without challenges from both an ethical and privacy standpoint. These issues need understanding from policy makers and developers alike for AI to be embraced responsibly.
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