How AI Could Augment Human Performance — Ft. Dr. Teodor Grantcharov

Over the last several months, there’s been much talk about the use cases for artificial intelligence. Millions worldwide are excited about the creative potential, labor, and time savings that AI might unlock. But AI’s use cases don’t end there.

In this episode of Your Brain At Work, our co-founder, Dr. David Rock connects with Dr. Teodor Grantcharov (Professor of Surgery at Stanford University and Associate Chief Quality Officer for Innovation and Safety at Stanford Healthcare) to explore a fascinating new use case for AI: saving lives in the operating room.

Listen on for a fascinating exploration of how we might use AI to augment, rather than supplant, our humanity.

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