Healthcare professionals need to raise awareness and sound the alarm about the risks and threats posed by artificial intelligence, and global cooperation in this regard is critical.
Researchers have called on medical experts to issue a global warning about the possible health risks posed by artificial intelligence (AI) technology, the British medical journal Global Health reported on May 10. everyone.
AI technology became more popular last year with the explosive launch of ChatGPT — a chatbot capable of generating coherent text based on short keywords or suggestions.
The popularity of ChatGPT has “ignited” a race among technology “giants” such as Google or Microsoft to apply artificial intelligence techniques to everything from spreadsheets to search engines. Thereby stimulating investment in artificial intelligence start-ups.
However, Frederik Federspiel, a researcher at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine (UK), and David McCoy, a scientist at the United Nations University in Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia), point to a range of threats. Information from AI can negatively impact humans, including dozens of countries developing powerful AI surveillance systems or killing bots and disinformation.
In healthcare, for example, people with darker skin are often at risk of serious injury or reduced care priority due to the data sets used to “train” algorithms. . AI math is often misleading.