by Cristian Gonzalez
Your job as Doctor has between 0.30% to 35% chance of automation. You are mostly fine.
Do you think your job as Doctors is safe from automation and Artificial Intelligence? Robots will destroy our jobs – and we’re not ready for it. For every job created by automation, several more will be eliminated entirely. This disruption will be devastating for jobs like Doctors.
Based on the 2013 study it’s unclear if Doctors will be replaced by robots or artificial intelligence. Doctors have between 0.30% to 35% chance of automation risk Level.
That means Doctors should not be too worried about losing their job to a machine. Check the following table to see if your specific job is at risk of being automated to some degree.
Automation risk level by type of Doctor
|Job title||Risk Level|
|Dietitians and Nutritionists||0.30%|
|Orthotists and Prosthetists||0.35%|
|Physicians and Surgeons||0.40%|
|Medical Scientists, Except Epidemiologists||0.40%|
|Clinical, Counseling, and School Psychologists||0.40%|
|Mental Health Counselors||0.40%|
|Medical and Health Services Managers||0.70%|
|Forensic Science Technicians||0.90%|
|Veterinary Technologists and Technicians||2.00%|
|Emergency Medical Technicians and Paramedics||4.00%|
|Licensed Practical and Licensed Vocational Nurses||5.00%|
|Respiratory Therapy Technicians||10.00%|
|Diagnostic Medical Sonographers||35.00%|
It is difficult to accurately predict the future impact of automation and artificial intelligence (AI) on the medical profession. While some tasks and responsibilities may be automated or taken over by AI in the future, it is unlikely that doctors will be completely replaced.
One of the main reasons for this is that doctors often perform tasks that require critical thinking, decision-making, and communication skills, which are difficult to automate. Additionally, many of the tasks that doctors perform involve working with patients, colleagues, and other stakeholders, which requires human interaction and emotional intelligence.
However, it is possible that the role of doctors may change over time as new technologies are developed and adopted. It is important for professionals in this field to keep up to date with technological developments and be willing to adapt and learn new skills as needed.
AI can potentially help doctors in a number of ways:
- Data analysis and visualization: AI can be used to analyze and interpret large amounts of data, such as patient medical records and test results. This can help doctors to identify patterns and trends that may not be immediately apparent, and to make more informed decisions about patient care.
- Diagnosis and treatment planning: AI can be used to assist with the diagnosis of medical conditions and the development of treatment plans. This can help doctors to more quickly and accurately identify the cause of a patient’s symptoms and to develop a course of treatment.
- Predictive analytics: AI can be used to predict the likelihood of certain medical conditions or complications based on a patient’s medical history and other factors. This can help doctors to identify potential issues and take preventive measures to reduce the risk of these conditions.
- Communication and collaboration: AI can be used to automate communication and collaboration tasks, such as scheduling appointments and sending reminders. This can help doctors to manage their workload more efficiently and effectively.
Overall, while AI can potentially automate some tasks performed by doctors, it is unlikely to completely replace these occupations. Many tasks and responsibilities require critical thinking, decision-making, and communication skills, which are difficult to automate.
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