AI in Healthcare April 18, 2024
Dave Pearson

All around the world, people are increasingly wise to the advance of AI. More than a few are growing ever more uneasy about it. And yet workers equipped with AI are both more productive and better at their jobs.

These are just a few of many noteworthy observations offered by analysts at Stanford University’s Institute for Human-Centered AI, aka “HAI.” The organization presents its latest findings in Artificial Intelligence Index Report 2024, the seventh in the series.

The report’s authors state the goal of their ongoing exercise is to track, collate, distill and visualize data from broad research related to AI. Here are 10 highlights from the report.

1. The public is pessimistic about AI’s economic impact.

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