Imagine that the next time you see your doctor, she says you have a life-threatening disease. The catch? A computer has performed your diagnosis, which is too complex for humans to understand entirely. What your doctor can explain, however, is that the computer is almost always right.
If this sounds like science fiction, it’s not. It’s what health care might seem like to doctors, patients, and regulators around the world as new methods in machine learning offer more insights from ever-growing amounts of data.
Complex algorithms will soon help clinicians make incredibly accurate determinations about our health from large amounts of information, premised on largely unexplainable correlations in that data
— Leer en hbr.org/2018/05/how-health-care-changes-when-algorithms-start-making-diagnoses