Leaders’ Questions & Answers
From cybersecurity to Google’s potential life-saving AI system, Emily Maree is back with six big questions for six experts
1. This should be a positive as long as the readings are accurate. As regards the technology acting as a personal doctor, I think this is dangerous territory and should be limited to advising the user to visit a GP.
2. This is an area where AI is already proving itself, analysing scans for anomalies is something AI could be better and faster at than humans. I feel it should be used alongside human...
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