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How to regulate evolving AI health algorithms

Artificial intelligence algorithms have had mixed success in health, in part because regulation prevents them from evolving at the necessary rate.

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D.W.B. reports grants and personal fees from EarlySense, personal fees from CDI Negev, equity from ValeraHealth, equity from Clew, equity from MDClone, personal fees and equity from AESOP, and grants from IBM Watson Health, outside the submitted work.

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Bates, D.W. How to regulate evolving AI health algorithms. Nat Med 29, 26 (2023). https://doi.org/10.1038/s41591-022-02165-8

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