Artificial intelligence can help tackle the covid-19 pandemic, but bias and discrimination in its design and deployment risk exacerbating existing health inequity argue David Leslie and colleagues


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Leslie, D., Mazumder, A., Peppin, A., Wolters, M. & Hagerty, A. 2021, 'Does "AI" stand for augmenting inequality in the era of covid-19 healthcare?', BMJ, 372, article no: n304. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.n304

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