Study on ‘fragile’ AI predictive models provides ‘cautionary tale’ about use in medicine

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There is hope that artificial intelligence (AI) has the potential to improve medical treatment by predicting patient outcomes, yet a new study warns that AI-powered models may be limited. Researchers at the University of Cologne in Germany and Yale University in the US analysed a machine learning model to see how well it predicted schizophrenia patients’ responses to antipsychotic medications. This type of prediction could be very useful in medicine, and in particular in psychiatry, as patients respond differently to treatment. “Some people respond very well to medication and some do not, and …

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