- 48% of respondents believe that artificial intelligence can be useful as a supplementary tool in a variety of areas of medicine, 44 % said that AI should become a full-fledged physician assistant. 3% believe that artificial intelligence will replace a medical staff, and another 5% think that the benefit of artificial intelligence is justified only in rare cases.
- The main obstacle to AI implementation according to the survey is the unwillingness of medical staff to trust artificial intelligence: this option scored 16% of the total number of answers. 15% think that there are no ready-made solutions available on the market, and 14% claimed that AI solution development is a complicated and expensive task.
- Health managers are concerned about the problems associated with legislative restrictions and the lack of necessary clinical trials. In addition, conservatism of medical staff (12%) and lack of funding (10%) are not excluded.
Answers about the insecurity, inefficiency of AI and about ethical problems scored 3% or less of the total number of answers.