Leveraging Technology for Tax Solutions; Integrating Ethics and Innovation: Navigating the Future of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

Jacobs, Brian, School of Engineering and Applied Science, University of Virginia
Seabrook, Bryn, University of Virginia
Earle, Joshua, University of Virginia

Artificial intelligence is revolutionizing healthcare by providing more precise and individualized treatment by altering how to treat patients and detect illnesses. But there are ethical issues with this as well, particularly with protecting patient privacy and ensuring that AI makes equitable judgments. This study examines a crucial query: How can artificial intelligence be applied to healthcare to provide equity, privacy protection, and improved treatment and accuracy? The Social Construction of Technology paradigm is utilized to comprehend the interplay between technology and society, particularly in the domain of healthcare.

The relationship between technology and societal values is made clearer by the SCOT paradigm. It's helpful for researching moral applications of AI in healthcare. To determine the most effective approaches to apply AI in healthcare while upholding patients' rights and justice, we examine various research, regulations, and case studies. The objective is to strike a compromise between the necessity to uphold ethical norms and the advantages of AI in healthcare.

This study will highlight how crucial it is to take society's values into account in addition to technology when implementing AI in healthcare. The findings should aid in the understanding of how to create technology that improves healthcare without violating moral standards by individuals working in engineering and Science, Technology, and Society.

BS (Bachelor of Science)
Technological Ethics, Algorithmic Fairness, Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare
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