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Volume: 4 Issue: 3
(March 2017)

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ai digital health space one latest developments artificial intelligence (Ďai revolution uks nhs begun test ai app babylon complement

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AI in the digital health space

In one of the latest developments in the artificial intelligence (ĎAIí) revolution, the UKís NHS has begun to test the AI app Babylon as a complement to its NHS 111 non-emergency service. While AI has significant potential, for example as a means to cut costs for organisations like the NHS, it is not without its attendant legal risks, which include liability for misdiagnoses and data protection compliance. Selina Hinchliffe and Mark Nichols of Browne Jacobson detail the legal issues surrounding the use of AI in healthcare and how such risks might be mitigated.

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