Ravitsky Explores the Role of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care on Radio Program

Recently, Hastings Center President Vardit Ravitsky appeared as a guest on Doctor Radio Reports on SiriusXM to discuss various bioethics issues including AI in health care. During the interview, she expressed her belief that while health care providers may increasingly rely on AI for complex tasks such as taking notes, offering diagnoses, and suggesting next steps, it is essential for there to be human supervision. She cautioned that allowing AI to act without any human oversight could be risky.

The discussion also touched on ethical concerns related to assisted reproductive technologies, the legalization of medical aid-in-dying in the United States and Canada, and The Hastings Center’s initiatives to promote diversity in the field of bioethics.

Listeners can access a clip of Ravitsky’s interview with host Marc Siegel and guest co-host Art Caplan, a Hastings Center fellow and advisory council member. The conversation provided valuable insights into the complex ethical considerations surrounding AI in health care and other bioethics topics.

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