Soon after the COVID-19 pandemic was declared, the World Health Organization (WHO) signaled that artificial intelligence (AI) could be an important technology to manage the crisis. This interesting information came to us from Wired in their article, “When It Comes to Health Care, AI Has a Long Way to Go.”
Since then, the pandemic has prompted astounding collective feats of science. Between pharmaceutical companies using new technology to develop highly effective vaccines in record time to new types of clinical trials changing our understanding of what works and what doesn’t.
While AI holds much promise, one study looked for evidence of how AI had helped with the crisis and didn’t find much to celebrate. Researchers warn that, for now, many studies don’t use data of adequate quantity or quality to properly test AI applications.
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