AI IN HEALTHCARE: NOT WITHOUT HUMAN TOUCH
"In the 2012 sci-fi film 'Prometheus', a robot is seen performing surgeries albeit without human control. While that may be a bit far-fetched -- as reel life is -- Artificial Intelligence (AI) in healthcare is here to stay -- whether we like it or not..."
In latest developments, Deccan Herald recently reported some views on AI in Healthcare and how can it be beneficial to us, but most importantly will it help provide sustainable healthcare?
"Artificial Intelligence is making inroads into healthcare like never before with a promise to make healthcare faster, accessible to everyone and cut costs. But is Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Sustainable and what does it mean for the future of healthcare in India?"
Read more about what Dr Anoop Amarnath, Chief of Clinical services, Manipal Hospitals views are on this subject.
Read more about Manipal Hospitals at: /healthcare-provider/manipal-hospitals-group-107
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