There is a good side and a bad side to a lot of technology. Fortunately, when it comes to health and wellness, technology might just be creating more good than bad. More and more companies are demonstrating improvements in the accuracy, efficiency, and utility of medical devices and services because of automation and artificial intelligence. Canadians are benefiting greatly.
In order to understand how Canadians perceive the effects of AI in their lives, Sklar Wilton & Associates has run an online survey tracker for the last three years. In this blog post, they describe perceptions about AI pertaining to the industry and provide examples of how are using AI to more effectively meet and .
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