Data-driven diagnostic and intervention techniques promise to improve health care, and though they will for many people, they also threaten to widen inequalities, writes Zeynep Tufekci. Tufekci writes that he is not arguing against health care technology but is advocating for equitable outcomes and measures to prevent new forms of discrimination.
Opinion: Data-driven medicine must guard against inequality
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