AI and Clinical Practice—AI and the Ethics of Developing and Deploying Clinical AI Models
JAMA Medical News: Interviews and Summaries
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3w ago
AI in clinical practice needs ethical frameworks to avert future biases. In this Q&A, Marzyeh Ghassemi, PhD, the Herman L. F. von Helmholtz Career Development Professor at MIT in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science (EECS), joins JAMA's Editor in Chief Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS, to discuss ethical machine learning and responsible clinical implementation. Related Content: AI Developers Should Understand the Risks of Deploying Their Clinical Tools, MIT Expert Says ..read more
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January 31, 2024, Medical News Summary
JAMA Medical News: Interviews and Summaries
by JAMA Network
3w ago
What the Latest Research Says About Paxlovid; People Are Using Potentially Dangerous “Trip-Killers” to Counter Psychedelics; Social Media Affects Youth Mental Health—Here’s What Could Help Related Content: Paxlovid Is Effective but Underused—Here’s What the Latest Research Says About Rebound and More Study Finds Hundreds of Reddit Posts on “Trip-Killers” for Psychedelic Drugs Social Media Industry Standards Needed to Protect Adolescent Mental Health, Says National Academies ..read more
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AI and Clinical Practice—Discovery and Scaling Findings From Large, Multicenter Health Care Datasets
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1M ago
How can we leverage AI to transform health care into a more efficient model for delivering care? In this Q&A, JAMA Editor in Chief Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS, interviews Atul Butte, MD, PhD, the director of the Bakar Computational Health Sciences Institute at UCSF, to discuss scalable privilege and the need for the broad distribution of AI-driven expertise. Related Content: “Scalable Privilege”—How AI Could Turn Data From the Best Medical Systems Into Better Care for All ..read more
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January 24, 2024, Medical News Summary
JAMA Medical News: Interviews and Summaries
by JAMA Network
1M ago
After a Decade, Goodbye to the Pooled Cohort Equations? Experts Tackle Racial Bias in Clinical Algorithms; How COVID-19 Might Be Tied to Other Respiratory Disease Outbreaks Related Content: What to Know About PREVENT, the AHA’s New Cardiovascular Disease Risk Calculator Citing Harms, Momentum Grows to Remove Race From Clinical Algorithms From “Immunity Debt” to “Immunity Theft”—How COVID-19 Might Be Tied to Recent Respiratory Disease Surges ..read more
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AI and Clinical Practice—AI Monitoring to Reduce Data-Based Disparities
JAMA Medical News: Interviews and Summaries
by JAMA Network
1M ago
Amid the surging buzz around artificial intelligence (AI), can we trust the Al hype, and more importantly, are we ready for its implications? In this Q&A, Arvind Narayanan, PhD, a professor of computer science at Princeton, joins JAMA's Editor in Chief Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS, to discuss the exploration of Al's fairness, transparency, and accountability. Related Content: How to Navigate the Pitfalls of AI Hype in Health Care ..read more
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December 2023 Medical News Summary
JAMA Medical News: Interviews and Summaries
by JAMA Network
2M ago
The Next Generation of COVID-19 Vaccines May Be Inhaled; Does Paxlovid Prevent Long COVID? Apply to the Morris Fishbein Fellowship in Medical Editing. Related Content: Up the Nose and Down the Windpipe May Be the Path to New and Improved COVID-19 Vaccines Studies Investigate Whether Antivirals Like Paxlovid May Prevent Long COVID ..read more
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AI and Clinical Practice—AI Guardrails: The US Executive Order and the Need for Global Harmonization
JAMA Medical News: Interviews and Summaries
by JAMA Network
2M ago
Artificial intelligence holds the promise of revolutionizing disease diagnosis and prediction, but it also presents a pivotal challenge: ensuring equity. In this Q&A, Alondra Nelson, PhD, the Harold F. Linder Professor at the Institute for Advanced Study, joins JAMA's Editor in Chief Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS, to discuss the equitable regulation of AI to benefit all populations. Related Content: How Do Policymakers Regulate AI and Accommodate Innovation in Research and Medicine ..read more
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AI and Clinical Practice—the AI Health Care Goal for Patient Care
JAMA Medical News: Interviews and Summaries
by JAMA Network
2M ago
In this Q&A, JAMA Editor in Chief Kirsten Bibbins-Domingo, PhD, MD, MAS, interviews John Ayers, PhD, MA, vice chief of innovation in the Division of Infectious Diseases & Global Public Health, deputy director of informatics in the Altman Clinical and Translational Research Institute, and affiliate scientist in the Qualcomm Institute, all at UC San Diego, to discuss how genAI programs like ChatGPT can increase communication pathways and improve patient outcomes. Related Content: How AI Assistants Could Help Answer Patients’ Messages—and Potentially Improve Their Outcomes ..read more
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November 2023 Medical News Summary
JAMA Medical News: Interviews and Summaries
by JAMA Network
3M ago
Why Physicians Don’t Deprescribe Medicines; What to Know About Wegovy’s Rare but Serious Adverse Effects; What to Know About Zepbound, the Newest Antiobesity Drug Related Content: As Semaglutide’s Popularity Soars, Rare but Serious Adverse Effects Are Emerging FDA Green-Lights Tirzepatide, Marketed as Zepbound, for Chronic Weight Management Deciding When It’s Better to Deprescribe Medicines Than to Continue Them ..read more
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Highlights from AHA 2023—New Risk Calculator, Semaglutide and CVD, and More
JAMA Medical News: Interviews and Summaries
by JAMA Network
3M ago
JAMA Associate Editor Gregory Marcus, MD, a cardiologist and professor of medicine at the University of California San Francisco, speaks with American Heart Association Scientific Sessions 2023 conference chair Amit Khera, MD, MSc, a professor in the department of internal medicine at UT Southwestern Medical Center and the director of preventive cardiology. Related Content: Highlights From AHA 2023—New Risk Calculator, Semaglutide and CVD, and More ..read more
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