Information Security and Legal Ethics of Artificial Intelligence Medical Devices

  • Hongrui Zhao, Gengqi Yang


Due to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic, global economic growth has slowed down and competition has intensified, and digital and intelligent transformation of enterprises has become an inevitable trend. In addition, with the continuous promotion of new infrastructure policies, the potential application scenarios of artificial intelligence are expanding, and the medical applications enabled by artificial intelligence are transitioning from the early surfacing stage to the in-depth exploration stage. Under the industry consensus of "patient-centered and practical to meet the needs of doctors' clinical work", the potential dangers of information security are gradually highlighted, posing an unprecedented challenge to the security of information under AI medical. Due to the special nature of the medical device industry and the lag of the industry's supporting legal system, AI in the medical device field lacks a perfect information security regulatory system, and this status quo will inevitably bring great uncertainty and instability to the long-term development of AI in the medical device field. This paper discusses the classification of information security issues of AI at home and abroad, and further discusses the information security problems faced by AI in the field of medical devices by studying the specific classification of AI in the field of medical devices according to different needs and puts forward countermeasures and suggestions to cope with them.

How to Cite
Hongrui Zhao, Gengqi Yang. (1). Information Security and Legal Ethics of Artificial Intelligence Medical Devices. Forest Chemicals Review, 236-245. Retrieved from