Recent years have seen growing interest in the use of artificial intelligence tools for healthcare applications, including diagnosis, risk prediction, clinical decision support, and resource management. Capable of finding hidden patterns within the enormous amounts of data that reside in patient electronic health records (EHRs) and administrative databases, these algorithmic tools are diffusing across the world of patient care. Often, health AI applications are accompanied by assurances of their potential for making medical practice better, safer, and fairer. The reality, however, has turned out to be more complex.
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