Pervasive low opinions of artificial intelligence (AI) technology in the medical community are affecting career choices for medical students, according to a recent study. Researchers found that some medical students avoid careers in radiology because of the use of AI technology in that field.

A study published Oct. 2 in Clinical Imaging found that artificial intelligence technology may deter one-sixth of medical students from pursuing careers in radiology because of negative opinions of AI in the medical community.

Students across 32 medical schools in the U.S. anonymously participated in a survey ranking radiology with and without AI.

Read the article in its entirety at Becker’s Hospital Review.