Artificial intelligence is the next frontier in medicine, promising to improve health care providers' productivity, accuracy and efficiency, says cardiologist and Scripps Research Translational Institute founder Eric Topol. AI is subject to hacking and could worsen inequities, and it won't replace human beings, but it can improve workflows and diagnoses, Topol says.
AI poised to revolutionize health care but won't replace humans
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