Incentivizing the Sharing of Healthcare Data in the AI Era

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This article contributes to the policy dialogue about how to govern healthcare data in the AI era and how to incentivize patients to share their data. Existing approaches to data-sharing restrict the flow of data. Yet, as healthcare AI technologies rely on data in enhancing their scope, such lack of data hinders the creation of future applications and diminishes the need for data to furnish them. We shift attention to a GDPR based policy that does not restrict data flows and argue that the existing experience in monetizing digitalized copyright material such as music can offer a practical and well tested solution.
Keywords: Artificial intelligence, data, healthcare, collective data management.
Original languageEnglish
Article number105670
JournalComputer Law & Security Review
Number of pages10
Publication statusPublished - 2022

    Research areas

  • Faculty of Law - artificial intelligence, data, healthcare, collective data management

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