“Artificial intelligence is all the hype in medicine today. It’s touted as being transformative like nothing else, reaching into virtually every aspect of health care,” writes Robert D. Truog, a physician and director of the Harvard Center for Bioethics, in the new issue of the Hastings Center Report.
“Where will AI take us? One thing is for sure—by integrating, synthesizing, and interpreting the data associated with medical care, AI will leave physicians with more time to devote to other purposes. But what will they do with this opportunity?”