Generative AI in Healthcare: Promise and Pitfalls

Generative artificial intelligence  remains a hot topic in legal and healthcare circles, but the conversation has shifted from the initial wonder of “What can it do?” to the present cautiousness of “What should it not do?” One reason for this shift came in March 2023, when Google revealed the newest version of its Med-PaLM, a Large Language Model  that passed the United States Medical Licensing Examination with an 86.5% accuracy rate. A 2022 version had achieved a 67.2% accuracy rate, also a passing score.

Read the full article by Matthew Mousley on the Wharton Healthcare Quarterly website.

Artificial Intelligence Updates – 01.26.24

#HelloWorld. January has not been especially frantic on the legal-developments-in-AI front. Yes, we know the anticipated final text of the EU AI Act was published unofficially, but the final vote hasn’t happened yet, so we’re biding time for now. Meanwhile, in this issue, we check in with state bar associations, SAG-AFTRA, and the FTC. They have things to say about AI policy too, so we’ll listen. Let’s stay smart together.

Read more on The Artificial Intelligence Blog.

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