UC Berkeley researcher argues artificial intelligence cannot replace human empathy

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Artificial intelligence is not a substitute for human empathy in health care, according to a paper by Jodi Halpern, professor at UC Berkeley and UCSF.

In a paper published May 26, Jodi Halpern, professor of bioethics and medical humanities at UC Berkeley and UCSF, argued that artificial intelligence, or AI, is not a substitute for human empathy in health care.
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