HEALTH CARE FOR WOMEN INTERNATIONAL, vol.43, no.12, pp.1510-1527, 2022 (SSCI)
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Kütahya Health Sciences University Affiliated:
The evidence on how AI will make a revolution is insufficient.
Our aim was to investigate opinions of midwives on the future
of AI and midwifery. The research was done in qualitative
research in Turkey. Semi-structured interviews were done with
18 the midwives. Three main themes were identified:
Expectations included the advantages and conditional acceptance
of robotic technology. Prejudices reflected perceived
shortcomings, lack of human competencies, and trust issues.
Concerns included midwifery care and concerns about her
future. Midwives were overwhelmingly skeptical about the
replacement of human capabilities by AI and found the technology’s