Or a nightmare? It depends on doctors.


Since the famous Dartmouth Conference in 1958, the term Artificial Intelligence (AI) led to cyclical periods of interest and disinterest, until the 1980s. Then, mathematical advances, an effective Moore’s law, and a growing digital data generation and usage, allowed the emergence of very accurate AI models, that have a good chance to impact medicine and healthcare exponentially.

However, it appears that nobody really implemented these models in the real clinical world to the point that it would be common to use AI as a doctor. Indeed, successful implementation first passes through a pedagogical sequence of acculturation and demystification for doctors…

Alaedine Benani

Playing at the intersection of medicine and technology 👨‍⚕️👨‍💻

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