Dr. Bhana acknowledges the future is uncharted and that the convergence of technology and medicine must be regulated, with patients and providers having “their equitable share of the data.”
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“I share the cautious excitement of [Tesla founder] Elon Musk when it comes to AI: There is much to look forward to and much to be cautious about, particularly when it comes to proprietary information and private companies,” he says.
Richard Quinn is a freelance writer in New Jersey.
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