WASHINGTON, DC USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE -- NOVEMBER 30, 2023: Artificial intelligence (AI) is a transformational technology, promising big breakthroughs and efficiencies for manufacturing, supply chains, healthcare delivery, environmental protections, global markets, data management and security, communications, and national and energy security — to name just a few areas where it is expected to reshape the economy.
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- Congressional testimony highlights potential regulatory vacuum for AI consumer health application
Witnesses set to testify before the House Energy and Commerce health subcommittee differ over the extent to which satisfactory oversight of artificial intelligence is occurring for tools that promise to reduce healthcare workers' burnout by minimizing certain interactions between patients and clinicians, along with other potential benefits.
- Senate resumes work on AI benefits and risks amid push for year-end legislative action
The Senate returns this week to resume its closed-door meetings on promoting the benefits and managing the risks of artificial intelligence, amid a push by the chamber's leaders on end-of-year legislative actions that likely will include some AI provisions.
- FTC approves 'streamlined' authority to obtain information in AI-related investigations
The Federal Trade Commission has approved on a 3-0 vote an "omnibus resolution" allowing the use of a compulsory process to obtain documents and other information in investigations related to artificial intelligence products and services.
- NIST kicks off AI Safety Institute by stressing long view for establishing ecosystem of trustworthiness
Senior officials at the National Institute of Standards and Technology marked the launch of its AI Safety Institute for testing and evaluating artificial intelligence systems by stressing that collaboration with the private sector and academia on research will set the basis for an enduring ecosystem of trustworthy AI systems.
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