The Problem of the Non-transparency of Artificial Intelligence Technologies in Medical Diagnosis: A View Based on Informed Consent
Keywords:人工智能, 醫療診斷, 不透明, 知情同意
LANGUAGE NOTE | Document text in Chinese; abstract also in English.
Since the introduction of artificial intelligence technologies in medical diagnosis, ethical issues have emerged. One of these concerns is the "black box," which can only be seen in terms of inputs and outputs, with no way to understand the AI algorithm. This is problematic because patients, physicians, and even designers do not understand why or how a treatment recommendation is produced by AI technologies. In this paper, I argue that AI technologies should be explained on the grounds that patients have a right to informed consent.
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