Study Says Future of AI In Healthcare Looks Very Optimistic

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It is well to be noted that 75% of healthcare professionals went on to anticipate the widespread implementation of AI in three years, i.e. by 2027 as per the new Berkeley Research Group study. This apparently looks to be quite a positive response for a technology that happens to be very new to healthcare.
What’s more is that 87% of the provider respondents happen to be confident in their organizations’ capacity to go ahead and comply with regulations that surround AI, the study points out. This is another unusually huge response to artificial intelligence.

The fact is that almost 60% of the provider respondents happen to be offering some form of internal training as well as education on AI, and 55% of them are indeed establishing AI-specific guidance on its appropriate use.
Although the healthcare sector has taken appropriate steps so as to self-regulate as a matter of necessity, there is still more that can be done.
As a matter of fact, only 37% of the provider respondents go on to indicate their organizations happen to be either reviewing or even planning to review regulatory guidance in order to make sure of proper AI execution.

Apparently, six out of every ten provider respondents go on to view the current AI regulations as well as guidance as offering adequate safety measures for the usage of AI. So, where does this kind of optimism come from?

Interestingly, 87% of the provider respondents happen to be confident in their organizations’ capacity to go ahead and comply with regulations, while at the same time indicating that HIPAA violations, precision, safety data privacy, and ethical standards continue to be priorities.