On March 2, the SCOR Foundation for Science held a conference-debate titled “Medical Decision-Making in the Era of Artificial Interlligence,” with Professor Olivier Cussenot from CeRePP.
During this webinar, Professor Olivier Cussenot illustrated the interest of artificial intelligence in supporting medical decision-making. To do this, he explored the algorithmic paths as well as the psychological paths taken by medical professionals when making decisions. He suggests that medical decisions can no longer be made unerlaterally by medical professionals, but instead must also take into account and respect the patient’s wishes and their ability to make medical decisions that concern them.
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