Summary… * Machine-Made
In Brief Chinese #AI-powered robot Xiaoyi took the country's medical licensing examinations and passed, according to local reports.
A Robot Medical ProfessionalExperts generally agree that, before we might consider artificial intelligence (#AI) to be truly intelligent —that is, on a level on par with human cognition— #AI agents have to pass a number of tests.
Xiaoyi, an #AI-powered robot in China, for example, has recently taken the national medical licensing examination and passed, making it the first robot to have done so.
Not only did the robot pass the exam, it actually got a score of 456 points, which is 96 points above the required marks.
This robot, developed by leading Chinese #AI company iFlytek Co., Ltd., has been designed to capture and analyze patient information.
Opinion… * Man-Made
There’s no need to fear an #AI takeover in the medical field (yet). Artificial Intelligence will (first) work to augment the capabilities of human doctors, instead of replacing them. #Healthcare #Trend