Electronic medical concept Increasingly, AI is being used as a diagnostic tool in the health care sector. But trust issues remain as the industry starts to wrestle with the technological appeal of such a tool. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Artificial Intelligence (AI) predicts what you want to buy on Amazon, what show you might want to watch on your favorite streaming service or what news you like to read online. Now it’s making its way into health care.

A new survey from Intel Corp., in association with Convergys Analytics, shows that while many U.S. health care leaders expect widespread adoption of AI by 2023, there are trust issues hindering its adoption. Among the fears sited in the survey, 54 percent believe AI will be responsible for a fatal error, 53 percent agree that AI will be poorly implemented or won’t work properly and 49 percent agree AI will be overhyped and not meet expectations.

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