Amazon, Microsoft team up with Consumer Technology Association on healthcare AI standards

Big names in technology, including Amazon, Microsoft, and IBM, worked with healthcare industry groups to develop a standard for the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare.Convened by the Consumer Technology Association (CTA), a working group made up of 52 organizations set out to create a common language so industry stakeholders can better understand AI technologies.The standard, which was released Tuesday, has been accredited by the American National Standards Institute (ANSI). The CTA working group was created a year ago to develop some standardization on definitions and characteristics of healthcare AI. Healthcare organizations involved in the project include the American Medical Association, Doctor on Demand, Livongo, Ginger, AdvaMed, American Telemedicine Association, Fitbit, soon to be owned by Google, and Humana, the first payer to join the CTA last September.It's part of the CTA’s new initiative on AI and is the first in several steps the CTA plans to help create a foundation for implementing medical and health care solutions built on AI.

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