Globalising artificial intelligence for improved clinical practice
Artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are facilitating the work of modern healthcare organisations to leverage the power of big data in clinical practice. In most cases, AI-based systems improve clinical decision-making using multiple layers of information and pre-specified algorithms. In addition, recent AI technologies like machine learning can learn from existing data and perform predictive operations resulting in a robust performance in clinical settings (1, 2). Such innovations are likely to serve the healthcare industry by minimising human error, savings costs, and maximising informed decision-making. However, critical challenges may affect the applications of AI in clinical settings, which include the effects on patient-provider communication, safety and efficacy of health services, and humane aspects of caregiving.
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