When the US started distributing COVID-19 vaccines late last year, an essential question emerged: Who should get priority access to the shots? Many medical facilities and health officials decided to first vaccinate workers, including nurses and janitors, who came into close contact with infected people. Stanford Medicine, part of one of the country’s top universities, instead built an algorithm to determine the order.
The only problem with letting a computer decide who should get the vaccine first is that its “very…
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