Digital Journal – Artificial intelligence is being adopted by healthcare, albeit at different rates and in differing areas. One reason for the erratic pace is due to the medical and ethical questions that the technology brings with it in related to the use of digital data.
The pace of artificial intelligence technology adoption in healthcare varies considerably. Some medical establishments are undertaking small incremental changes; others centers have seen several years of innovation; and a proportion remain tied to the traditional healthcare model of the 1990s. This is the view of Dr. Ameet Bakhai, deputy director of research at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
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