Artificial intelligence in healthcare: The 'do no harm' ethos must be extended to its application in the sector

Deep Dive into ESG - the tech sector

Christine Chow of Federated Hermes

Christine Chow of Federated Hermes

Artificial intelligence (AI) is transforming the way we live and work. But while AI has demonstrated abilities to create efficiencies and boost economic output, it also poses ethical and legal challenges.

If the sustainability issues surrounding AI are scrutinised and addressed, we think the technology has the potential to serve both business and humankind - and create investment opportunities along the...

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