Nobody is talking about this:
What’s up with AI in Healthcare?
No, not about replacing the social media guy for some tweets about the clinic.
I mean helping those that have
the hardest jobs,
are paid the least and
are treated like the
last scum of the earth.
I am talking about
people working in long-term palliative care
anyone really on the patient.
The “people” jobs.
The dirt jobs are still(!) done by idealists only.
Those jobs that are NOT spinning text all day and walking around in their smarty pants for the money.
Wiping dirt and tears.
Giving educated hints what the Doctor may actually say when sick people are confused after consulting the horrifying “Doctor Google”.
Coming to your bed at 2.45am for an extra shot of pain meds, with a gentle smile.
Nobody needs a “human written 100% passing AI detector 500 text blurb about his disease” when sick.
Those people “on the human”
are a shockingly small crowd of
yet exhausted, overloaded and
They are NOT benefiting from you
racking up a $843,350 hospital bill,
Yet, they are doing all the work that matters.
And they are getting burnt out
in every country,
no exceptions I know of.
There are only idealistic incentives to do this underpaid dirt work.
There’s no help insight.
But who’s gonna do all that in the future?
Who wants to do that in the future?
How can innovations in AI help?
Is somebody training an AI on actually “caring” about humans?
All the fluff talk about AI Safety and “Safe guards” is not about “not giving instructions for some chemicals”.
AI Safety would also be about making the machine
LOVE and CARE
when in touch with humans.
Not write a poem about empathy and whatnot.
I don’t see any of that yet.
I may need to be corrected.
But for sure, the GDPR-stunt by Italy is not about any of this.
Image credit: “Third helping hand in Healthcare” by Midjourney, using prompts by AIPRM
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