Why You Shouldn’t Put Your Health in the Hands of Artificial Intelligence Just Yet
One way or another, machine learning and AI integration into the medical field is here to stay.
Therefore, the implementation will be key.
“Even if AI takes on the data processing role, physicians may get no relief. We’ll be swamped with input from these systems, queried incessantly for additional input to rule in or out possible diagnoses, and presented with varying degrees of pertinent information,” Christopher Maiona, MD, SFHM, the chief medical officer at PatientKeeper Inc., which specializes in optimizing electronic health records, told Healthline.
“Amidst such a barrage, the system’s user interface will be critical in determining how information is prioritized and presented so as to make it clinically meaningful and practical to the physician,” he added.