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ACR Responds to White House Office of Science and Technology Policy on Artificial Intelligence

The American College of Radiology responded July 22 to a Request for Information (RFI) from the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) on “Artificial Intelligence.” RFI comments will inform the deliberations and future recommendations of the National Science and Technology Council Subcommittee on Machine Learning and AI. The subcommittee was recently created to explore the potential application of this technology to enhance federal government services in a variety of fields, including health care.

The ACR’s comment submission focused on the safety, efficiency, and effectiveness of AI, including: standardized data sets for training and testing, measurement of effectiveness and outcomes, validation and certification of algorithms, clarification of patient consent issues/appropriate methods, and more. The ACR encouraged federal support and partnership with professional associations and other stakeholders to address these issues.

The ACR Commission on Informatics-Clinical Data Science Committee and staff from the Research, MIS, and Government Relations teams informed the comment development efforts.

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