Artificial Intelligence Will Not Make Family Physicians Obsolete

Artificial Intelligence Will Not Make Family Physicians Obsolete
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This essay from the Common Sense Family Doctor makes the case that artificial intelligence will not and cannot replace doctors. In fact, the explosion of information, and the data-crunching capacity of computers, makes the human element more vital and useful than ever. Decision making in health care draws upon medical facts, yes; but at least as much on costs, personal preferences and values.

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“As more information becomes readily available, doctors, nurses, pharmacists, and allied health professionals will become more important as the interpreters of that information in accordance with the specific clinical and social history, values, and preferences of the patient and her or his family.” — Look It Up!: What Patients, Doctors, Nurses, and Pharmacists Need to Know about the Internet and Primary Health Care Kindle Edition

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