Artificial Intelligence in medicine: what it means for primary care

How can the learning capabilities of artificial intelligence algorithms be used to complement primary care doctors' training and analytical skills to produce the best outcomes for patients?

How can the learning capabilities of artificial intelligence algorithms be used to complement primary care doctors' training and analytical skills to produce the best outcomes for patients? Ziad Obermeyer, MD, a researcher at the University of California-Berkeley School of Public Health focusing on the interconnections between machine learning, medicine and health policy, explains.