Trust between medicine and AI has a price

No longer having to present the QR code of the #TousAntiCovid application in everyday life has this joyful je-ne-sais-quoi that would push you to radically forget it. Error. On the contrary, it is time to finally understand the protocol, thanks to the eight pages devoted to it in Medicine and artificial intelligence. A book of public safety, with 33 articles by 70 contributors, published by CNRS Editions. Inria researcher Vincent Roca explains in an educational way this so-called “centralized” Covid-19 tracking technology that France has adopted, different from that “decentralized” of the British.

Whether we trust AI or reject it, because giving the feeling “of being dispossessed of control of events”, as sociologists Gérald Bronner and Laurent Cordonier write, we must read all or part of these 350 pages, concerning one of the major fields of application of AI. They were born from the success of Health and artificial intelligence, published in 2018, which prompted its co-editors, the mathematician and deputy Cédric Villani and the surgical oncologist Bernard Nordlinger, this time with Olivier de Fresnoye, at the head of echOpen factory, to put the work back on the job. Well took them. This book is concrete.

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Trust between medicine and AI has a price


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