DOTmed March 24, 2023
John R. Fischer

Out of 11,004 Americans surveyed, 60% said they would not be comfortable with artificial intelligence diagnosing or recommending treatment for their disease.

Recruited randomly by Pew Research Center, respondents expressed concern about how fast AI is being adopted in healthcare and medicine, and said they would prefer if providers were more cautious and considered the consequences of AI adoption more.

Only 38% said using AI to diagnose diseases or recommend treatment would result in better health outcomes, while 33% said it would create worse ones and 27% said it would not make much difference, according to CNN.

Additionally, about six in 10 Americans said AI-driven robots should not perform parts of their surgery, and 79% said they would not want...

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