Artificial intelligence: A new paradigm in nursing education, research and practice
Siobhán O’Connor, PhD, BSc, CIMA CBA, RN
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This webinar will discuss the emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) in healthcare and the implications this has for nursing education, research, and clinical practice. Dr. Siobhán O’Connor will outline the importance of AI algorithms and examine their potential benefits as well as the limitations and risks of these advanced computational techniques in nursing.
- Participants will be able to recall a brief history of artificial intelligence in healthcare
- Participants will be able to describe at least one way that AI impacts nursing
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