The Consumer Technology Association (CTA) has announced the release of ANSI/CTA-2090, The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Trustworthiness, which identifies the core requirements and baseline for AI solutions in health care to be deemed as trustworthy.
The standard explores the impact of trustworthiness of AI in health care through the lens of the end user (e.g., physician, consumer, professional and family caregiver, public health, medical societies, and regulators). CTA reports that the standard is the second in a series of standards, focused on implementing medical and health care solutions built on AI. ANSI/CTA-2090 will serve to identify the unique challenges and opportunities for AI in the health care sector.
CTA reports that it convened more than 60 organizations – from global tech brands to startups and health care industry leaders– to develop the consensus-driven standard.
“AI is providing solutions – from diagnosing diseases to advanced remote care options – for some of health care’s most pressing challenges,” said Gary Shapiro, president and CEO, CTA. “As the U.S. health care system faces clinician shortages, chronic conditions and a deadly pandemic, its critical patients and health care professionals trust how these tools are developed and their intended uses.”
Access more information about the standard and find out more about the CTA Artificial Intelligence in Health Care working group.