Becker's Healthcare June 23, 2021
Hannah Mitchell

The National Institute of Standards and Technology launched a study to quantify how much physicians trust artificial intelligence. Without trust in AI, physicians may be skeptical of adding automated diagnosis and guidance to patient care plans, according to a June 22 article by Wired.

Four things to know:

  1. In the draft report, researchers analyze the use of AI in medical diagnosis scenarios. The study found that age, cultural background, personality, and other factors played a large role in how much a physician would trust AI. 
  2. For example, a 56-year-old caring woman with lots of experience in AI may rank it highest for accountability, safety and explainability. Physicians trusted AI the least in privacy, security and objectivity. Yet, a 26-year-old...

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Topics: AI (Artificial Intelligence), Physician, Provider, Survey / Study, Technology, Trends
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