AI is a buzzword for the future of the NHS looking through technology-tinted spectacles, but what about the security lens?
Unless you have been living in a cave for the past month, you will know that the NHS has recently had its 70th birthday. However, you could be forgiven for not knowing that artificial intelligence (AI) is celebrating the same anniversary. It was in July 1948 that Alan Turing’s Intelligent Machinery report was delivered to the National Physical Laboratory. It started with the words: “’You cannot make a machine to think for you.’ This is a commonplace that is usually accepted without question. It will be the purpose of this paper to question it.”
Fast forward to now, and AI is the current buzzword when looking at the future of the NHS through technology-tinted spectacles, but what about the security lens?