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Reflections on the Clinical Acceptance of Artificial Intelligence

03/01/2021
by   Jens Schneider, et al.
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In this chapter, we reflect on the use of Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its acceptance in clinical environments. We develop a general view of hindrances for clinical acceptance in the form of a pipeline model combining AI and clinical practise. We then link each challenge to the relevant stage in the pipeline and discuss the necessary requirements in order to overcome each challenge. We complement this discussion with an overview of opportunities for AI, which we currently see at the periphery of clinical workflows.

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