Are healthcare providers and patients ready for AI-based applications for clinical genomics? Let’s create the Genomics AI Coalition (GACT) to purposefully move this forward.
What are the benefits and challenges of implementing AI-based applications in clinical genomics, and how can they be addressed? Let’s begin with this statement. See the related post article here. Read the in-depth perspective report here.
The Action statement mentions only a few of the coalition goals and activities. Major next steps will include:
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The adoption of clinical genomics as standard of care has been slow. In this blog post, we will examine the major issues affecting clinical adoption