SuperJob studied the attitudes of Russians towards artificial intelligence in medicine. According to 44% of respondents, artificial intelligence cannot be trusted to treat people. These respondents believe that the technologies required for such tasks are not well developed yet; besides, the personal participation of the doctor and his support can play an important role.

In case of the respondent’s own illness, only one in five people (22%) would entrust treatment to artificial intelligence, and only 5% are sure about their answer to this question; 17% would entrust their treatment to AI. The majority of respondents (78%) would not trust artificial intelligence: 44% are absolutely sure about this, and 34% lean toward this attitude.

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