Massachusetts governor warns healthcare execs to be realistic about AI

10 Apr 2019 10:20 AM | Denny Brennan (Administrator)

April 09, 2019 | Anicka Slachta | Connected Care

Massachusetts Gov. Charlie Baker issued a piece of cautionary advice to healthcare executives April 8, urging them to take the recent rise of AI with a grain of salt, the Boston Business Journal reported.

Baker, a former health insurance executive and health and human services chief under Gov. William Weld, warned attendees of the Partners HealthCare World Medical Innovation Forum in Boston that while AI can certainly contribute to better health outcomes, researchers need to be careful in the way they roll out the tech.

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