Is AI the future of medicine? Two leaders in the field weigh in

Doctors across fields have found artificial intelligence (AI) useful in diagnosing and treating patients, but some professionals in the field are urging caution when it comes to using the technology to diagnose patients. Dr Marc Succi, associate chair of innovation and commercialisation at Massachusetts General Brigham Radiology, and Regina Barzilay, AI faculty lead at the MIT Jameel Clinic and professor of electrical engineering and computer science at MIT, joined Sue O’Connell to discuss how doctors can best leverage AI.