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We can't just be cautious with artificial intelligence, not even in the healthcare system

There have been several articles on the newspaper DN discussing opposing views on the role of AI in healthcare. In this article, they point out that some technologies involve very low risk, such as the one they have adopted at Bærum Hospital to detect bone fractures on X-rays. There is a debate over the necessity to carry out randomized controlled trials to investigate whether artificial intelligence improves patient care and hospital finances, given that it will be time-consuming and challenging to achieve. Low-risk artificial intelligence is perceived to be benefitial by the Norwegian sector to benefit patients in waiting lists.

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