Artificial intelligence is changing our lives for the better – making us safer, healthier and more efficient.
Artificial Intelligence technologies are improving medical diagnoses, increasing efficiencies in agriculture, and detecting serious cyber threats. As AI becomes more ubiquitous, it will also raise an increasing number of questions about jobs, bias, cybersecurity and other serious issues.
Building the Foundation for Artificial Intelligence in Health Care
In speaking with CTA, the co-chairs of the working group, Pat Baird, Regulatory Head of Global Software Standards, Philips and Jerry Wilmink, Chief Business Officer, CarePredict, talk about the significance of this initiative and next steps in the standardization effort.
Definitions/Characteristics of AI in Health Care (CTA-2089.1)
This standard defines terms related to artificial intelligence and associated technologies in health care including assistive intelligence, synthetic data, remote patient monitoring, and artificial intelligence enabled diagnostic system. This file also includes a copy of CTA-2089. Published: December 2019
What is Artificial Intelligence?
Artificial intelligence is one of the most important technologies of our time. Its ability to analyze massive quantities of data, and work 24 hours a day, is helping humanity discover things at an ever-faster pace. It’s also helping us do things that just weren’t possible before. This whitepaper provides a high-level overview of what AI is and its importance to society.