June 14, 2023
Health IT | Tea Leaves
  • The American Medical Association’s House of Delegates is taking a harder look at artificial and augmented intelligence and its impact on patient care. Delegates voted Monday to study A.I.’s benefits and unforeseen circumstances, including large language models such as GPTs and other intelligence-generated medical content, and propose appropriate state and federal regulations, according to AMA documents. In those documents, A.I. is defined as augmented intelligence, a type of technology that still requires human involvement. Delegates also voted to work with federal organizations to protect patients from misinformation and to encourage physicians to talk with patients about the risks of using A.I. (Article here)