I am the most optimistic person that i know .With age of 80 years and semi retiree and English is not my mother language straggling with artificial intelligence every day. I believe that artificial intelligence will replace every sectors of our live very quickly For many reasons. biggest reason is business competition.Cost saving . accuracy . Time saving and many more. my lovely daughter Roxane working for FDA My lovely wife Nahid radiologist at VA are believing the same .
Ai might be helpful in seeing patterns and yet as many of the patterns came from a thinking that might not be optimal as a health care paradigm, this might be a case of projecting onto the future ideas that are as contaminants. In some new studies the uniqueness of every individual contributes to overall health and wellbeing as well as the general factors of environment, culture, , inherited genetics and concepts. despite all the hoopla this is just another tool and the paradigm, the story , the raison d’état matters, more so than many yet realize
Your article isn’t very helpful, and your insight is just like the development of AI right now – up in the air. I predict that people don’t want to deal with a go-between for something as important as health care, nor should the patient be required to fill out more forms, with or without AI. This is clearly not ready for prime time. More importantly, you haven’t asked the patient what he or she wants, nor has a system been perfected that can actually help. I see no benefit to including AI until you answer more realities on making this a viable solution for health care.
The problem for AI is the quality of the data sets. There are two basic mechanisms which influence how the brain and body function: via sensory input and via visceral input. So far medical research considers only the symptomatic consequences and eliminates any consideration of the neurological causal mechanism.
Medical corruption can produce false or biased data and lots of it. Can AI deal with that? Medicine also does not recognize counter examples. There is no telling what the statistical populations are and whether they appropriately represent the patient – that is for studies as well as establishing reference ranges. Good Luck
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