CTA develops first standard for AI terminology in health care

Wednesday 26 February 2020 | 14:42 CET | News
The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) said it has developed the first standard for the use of artificial intelligence in health care, as accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). The standard includes 11 definitions and characteristics, providing a framework for understanding AI terminology so that people, companies and care providers can better communicate, develop and use AI-based health care technology. A broader AI committee also published an accredited standard that addresses AI-linked terminology for the tech industry in general. This standard defines over 30

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