WHO recommends governments assess and approve AI models in healthcare.
Concerns arise that AI developed for rich nations may not be suitable for developing ones.
WHO emphasizes the need for AI regulation in low and middle-income countries.
Private sector dominance in AI development raises worries about government lag.
The WHO advocates for liability rules to protect individuals harmed by AI.
Doctors welcome Biden administration's rule for insurers to expedite coverage decisions.
Advocates push for a law, not just regulations, to address the administrative burden.
New rule covers insurers for government health programs, leaving gaps in private insurance.
Insurers claim prior authorization is necessary to control costs despite doctor opposition.
Sen. Chris Murphy urges mayors to address America's "spiritual crisis" of loneliness.
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