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Trusted autonomous systems in healthcare: a policy landscape review

Robotics Artificial Intelligence (AI) Primary health care

This report draws on both the policy and the academic literature to provide an overview of the issues and challenges identified around the utilisation of autonomous systems in health and care, focusing on issues that are likely to impact the trustworthiness of, and trust in, these systems.

The author looks to span a range of potential applications of these technologies, including those that are likely to be deployed in the near term, such as for diagnosis and screening, and those that are unlikely to be in mainstream use for some years, such as autonomous care and autonomous surgical robots.

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