There is no doubt that Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be very helpful in the field of biomedicine. On 1 April 2019, “The Artificial Intelligence in Global Health”  report was published focusing on AI global health strong potentials. Funded by the USAID’s Center for Innovation and Impact and the Rockefeller Formation, in coordination with the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, it puts forward 27 proposals for the use of AI in the area of healthcare, within its four objectives: population health, patient and front-line health worker virtual assistants, and physician clinical decision support, especially aimed at developing countries. These directives will need to pay special attention to terms such as privacy and the ethical connotations of these practices.

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