1 in 3 healthcare execs are afraid AI may make a fatal error, survey finds

Julie Spitzer - Print  | 

Healthcare executives know artificial intelligence is coming to their industry, but not all of them are ready for it, a recent Intel and Convergys Analytics survey found.

About  200 U.S. healthcare decision-makers took part in the survey on their attitudes toward AI.

Here are three survey findings:

1. Here is how long healthcare leaders think it will take for AI to be widespread in healthcare:

2. Here are the aspects healthcare leaders think AI will most improve:

3. Here are the reasons healthcare leaders are skeptical of using AI:

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