The Use of Artificial Intelligence in Health Care: Liability Issues

This paper explores Canadian liability concerns flowing from the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) in health care (HC) delivery. It argues that the current Canadian legal framework is sufficient, in most cases, to allow developers and users of AI technology to assess each stakeholder’s responsibility should the technology cause harm. Further, it inquires as to whether an alternative approach to existing liability regimes should be adopted in order to promote AI innovation based on recognized best practices which, in turn, could lead to increased use of AI technology.

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