Business Research Scholar, Westford University College, United Arab Emirates/ UCAM Universidad Católica San Antonio de Murcia, Spain
Researcher, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
Artificial intelligence (AI) has grown in popularity over the last few decades, and its application in clinical trials are on the rise around the world. Despite Sophie, the world’s first humanoid robot to be awarded personality and citizenship by Saudi Arabia, and AI Arabic bots designed to improve customer service, the Saudi region is yet to completely embrace the AI Revolution. Over the last few years, the clinical usage of AI systems in medicine has grown in popularity. Several surgical AI platforms have been tested and found to improve preoperative diagnostic and decision making, outcome prediction, surgical planning, and intraoperative surgical guidance. This study examines clinical researchers’ knowledge and attitudes toward Artificial Intelligence (AI) technology in Saudi Arabia.
To find out knowledge about artificial intelligence among clinical researchers of Saudi Arabia and their attitude towards the same. Materials and methods: This study was carried out utilising an online questionnaire-based survey that was created with Google forms and emailed to clinical researchers in the friend
circle. A total of 118 people replied to the survey, and the sample population was chosen using a convenience sampling technique. They were asked about their demographics, knowledge of AI, and attitudes toward it.