Over the last few years, applications of Artificial Intelligence in Medicine have created new opportunities which had previously only explored in research. Nevertheless, the fact that certain kinds of computational and cognitive tasks can be performed by a computer does not mean that the computer, as opposed to a human brain, is the best tool for the task at hand.
Given the major categories of clinical cognitive tasks:
· Assessing a patient – interpreting questionnaires, images, labs, genetic information, etc..
· Planning individualized treatment intervention – medications, surgery, lifestyle changes, etc..
Choose a concrete example that falls in either category, and discuss how, and how far, AI should (not) be leveraged
In addition to the application itself, consider at least one some aspects between to ethics, safety, privacy and cost.