AURORA, Colorado ― Artificial Intelligence (AI) has arrived at medical offices, whether or not clinicians feel ready for it.
AI might result in more accurate, efficient, and cost-effective care. But it’s possible it could cause harm. That’s according to Benjamin Collins, MD, at Vanderbilt University Medical Center, in Nashville, Tennessee, who spoke on the subject the Society of General Internal Medicine (SGIM) 2023 Annual Meeting.
Understanding the nuances of AI is even more important because of the quick development of the algorithms.