Podcast: US FDA’s Artificial Intelligence Guidance May Need Congress And Is At Least A Year Away, Expert Says
Zach Rothstein, the top artificial intelligence and machine learning lobbyist at device industry advocacy group AdvaMed, wrote to the US FDA with recommendations on how to regulate AI/ML devices. He sat down with Medtech Insight to break down the topic's most important issues.
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