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20 THE HUMAN TOUCH


YOUR LIFE IN THEIR HANDS?


Artificial intelligence is set to revolutionize healthcare treatments but poses some serious challenges for standards makers


T


he potential offered by AI for making quicker and more accurate diagnoses for patients is starting


to excite health professionals around the world. However, for regulators, there are many questions to be answered before they are ready to trust AI to make life or death decisions. In early February BSI, in partnership with US standards organization The Association for the Advancement of


Medical Instrumentation (AAMI), published a report that highlights some of the key issues to be considered in relation to deployment of AI in healthcare. The UK and the US are recognized as leaders in innovation in medical technologies and our regulatory regimes are considered some of the most rigorous in the world. The report, ‘The emergence of AI and machine learning algorithms in healthcare: recommendations to support governance and regulation’


was commissioned by the Medicines & Healthcare products Regulatory Agency MHRA. Rob Turpin, Healthcare Market


PRIORITY AREAS FOR AI IN THE NHS CLICK TO READ


AI IN HEALTHCARE REPORT RECOMMENDATIONS CLICK TO READ


Development Manager, one of the authors of the report, is coordinating BSI’s activity in this area. “We are starting to build evidence so we can develop standards that benefit healthcare providers and patients. “We need to be able to demonstrate the benefits of AI in healthcare to patients and clinicians in order to build trust and reassure people that a product is safe and effective while being clear about the risks. “It’s not just about whether AI is a good piece of technology, it’s about whether clinicians and patients can trust it and that it’s transparent so people can understand how it works and reaches the decisions that it does. This is where standards come in.”


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