Fortune recently featured insight co-authored by Chiara Longoni, Assistant Professor in Marketing, from her published paper in Nature Human Behavior examining how well people understand and trust A.I. systems used in healthcare to make medical decisions.
From their research, Chiara and her co-authors found that people are reluctant to utilize A.I. in part because they overestimate their understanding of how human doctors’ reach medical decisions.
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