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Will AI replace doctors who read X-rays, or just make them better than ever?

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By MATTHEW PERRONE

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In the near term, experts say AI will work like autopilot systems on planes — performing important navigation functions, but always under the supervision of a human pilot.

The article makes much better explained points but at the end the result is what is being repeated elsewhere, it is irrational to expect AI to be able to replace professionals at this point. No matter how useful a tool is, as long as the professional is required to be there to use it then it remains only that, a tool. For all the people that baselessly claim radiologists have been already replaced, the reality is as this article helpfully describes, AI represent tools, limited in scope to be useful.

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