AI is poised to change the healthcare industry forever—but risks remain that researchers must take seriously.

The White House has proposed a new set of principles for governing the development of AI solutions throughout the United States.

AI could change healthcare forever. But for the technology to reach its full potential, researchers must make sure they go about things the right way.

U.S. Senators Ron Wyden and Cory Booker want to know what government agencies and insurance providers are doing to make sure health systems avoid the use of biased algorithms.

A majority of U.S. consumers are confident AI will have a positive impact on both patients and healthcare providers, according to a new report from Blumberg Capital.

More healthcare providers are starting to investigate how AI can improve patient care, but many of them hurt their own chances of success by making costly mistakes. We spoke with numerous AI vendors about some of the most common mistakes they see being made today. 

AI is expected to have a transformative impact on healthcare, especially radiology. According to a new analysis in the European Journal of Radiology, however, there are significant ethical issues that need to be addressed for any legitimate progress to be made.

At East Tech West 2019, an annual healthcare technology retreat in China hosted by CNBC, industry leaders from all over the world gathered to discuss a variety of topics.

RSNA 2019, the world’s largest radiology conference, kicks off at Chicago’s McCormick Place on Sunday, Dec. 1. This year's show promises to include more AI content than ever before.

As AI technologies have continued to evolve all over the world, it has become more and more evident that proper regulation is necessary.

Radiologists are in a position to demonstrate their value and lead the implementation of AI in healthcare—but keeping up with these evolving technologies is easier said than done.

As AI technologies continue to evolve, they could have a titanic impact on the health of people all over the world, improving patient outcomes and changing the way each and every person lives their life. It’s going to take more than just AI alone, however—there are a number of other factors to consider as well.