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The involvement of artificial intelligence in biomedicine promises better support for decision-making both in conventional and research medical practice. Yet two important issues emerge in relation to personal data handling, and the influence of AI on patient/doctor relationships. The development of AI algorithms presupposes extensive processing of big data in biobanks, for which procedures of compliance with data protection need to be ensured. This article addresses this problem in thedoi:10.3390/biotech10030015 pmid:35822769 pmcid:PMC9245462 fatcat:7fjsgt4vvjc6hhro2b4meapgyu