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The human mind holds unlimited potential. Artificial intelligence, a creation of this
profound intellect, is more aptly described as Augmented Intelligence. 

As such, it is designed to free our minds from routine, objective tasks that algorithms can perform more efficiently, allowing us to focus on nurturing the distinctly human qualities that elevate us.

These are the qualities that enable us to heal our patients both in body and

The Role of Humanity in AI

As we advance into a healthcare future enhanced by artificial intelligence (AI), the role of humanity in its development and deployment becomes increasingly significant. AI is not merely a tool created by humans; it reflects our intellect, ethics, and aspirations. The intertwining of human values and AI technology is crucial in navigating the challenges
and opportunities that AI presents.

Humanity’s role in AI is paramount in ensuring that healthcare AI systems operate within ethical boundaries. As creators, it is our responsibility to guide AI development to avoid biases, ensure fairness, and promote transparency. This involves rigorous ethical oversight through all stages of AI development—from design to deployment—to ensure that AI systems do not perpetuate inequality or harm. “Primum Non Nocere”.

Ethical Guidance and Oversight:

While AI can exceed human capabilities in various tasks, it lacks a nuanced understanding of human culture and emotions that comes naturally to us. Humans bring an irreplaceable depth of emotional intelligence to AI applications, particularly in a field like healthcare, where empathy and understanding are crucial.

Cultural and Emotional Intelligence:

One of the most critical roles of humanity in AI is in decision-making. While AI can assist in making data-driven decisions, the final judgments should often remain with humans, especially in critical areas impacting human lives. This human oversight ensures accountability, especially in scenarios
where moral and ethical considerations are at play.

Decision-Making and Accountability:

AI excels at handling large volumes of data and performing repetitive tasks efficiently. However, human skills such as creativity, critical thinking, and problem-solving are essential to complement these technical capabilities. By collaborating with AI, humans can focus on higher-level tasks,
innovation, and strategic planning, while also fostering soft skills like empathy and compassion, which are the basis of good medical care.

Complementing AI with Human Skills:

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