In Indian journal of community medicine : official publication of Indian Association of Preventive & Social Medicine
Recent advancements in artificial intelligence (AI) technologies have shown promising success in optimizing health-care processes and improvising health services research and practice leading to better health outcomes. However, the role of public health ethics in the era of AI is not widely evaluated. This article aims to describe the responsible approach to AI design, development, and use from a public health perspective. This responsible approach should focus on the collective well-being of humankind and incorporate ethical principles and societal values. Such approaches are important because AI concerns and impacts the health and well-being of all of us collectively. Rather than limiting such discourses at the individual level, ethical considerations regarding AI systems should be analyzed enlarge, considering the complex socio-technological reality around the world.
Bhattacharya Sudip, Hossain Md Mahbub, Juyal Ruchi, Sharma Neha, Pradhan Keerti Bhusan, Singh Amarjeet
Artificial intelligence, ethics, humane values, public health, responsibility