Use of AI in health care brings risk of ‘serious errors,’ WHO says

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Research has found that artificial intelligence (AI) is already better than humans at picking donor organs for transplants and also better at answering health-related questions from patients. And yet experts at the World Health Organization are saying that introducing AI into health care procedures brings the risk of “completely incorrect” information. The WHO issued a call on Tuesday for caution in the use of large language models (LLMs) in health care, warning that their use could lead to health care errors and erode trust in AI. The organization said it was enthusiastic about the appropriat…

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