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UC Health experts advise on navigating AI with transparency and equity

UC Health scientists participate in a March 14 Washington, D.C., briefing on artificial intelligence in health care.

The University of California recently held a briefing on the intersection of AI and health as part of a series of Congressional briefings designed to help policymakers understand the opportunities and challenges of this emerging technology.  Among the key topics that UC experts emphasized as critical considerations are the need for governance that focuses on transparency of use, along with inclusivity in the development process to ensure representation of all populations, especially those that have been historically marginalized in health care.

“AI has the potential to change our lives for the better, and we are excited to work together as the chair and co-chair of the recently launched Bipartisan Task Force on Artificial Intelligence, along with other members of the task force, to help Congress ensure America leads the way with AI innovation and safeguards,” said Task Force on Artificial Intelligence Chair Jay Obernolte (CA-23) and Co-Chair Ted Lieu (CA-36). “The University of California’s Health and AI briefing is an excellent example of how we can harness our collective strengths and learn from one another as we continue to explore what a world with AI looks like.”

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