Digitalisation having an increasingly powerful impact on the health and education sectors. “Intelligent” assistance systems, which automate the processes, simplify decisions, check results, and also correct the professional activities of specialists, are constantly coming onto the market. And soon electromechanical assistants in the form of human-shaped robots will emerge as work colleagues.
Trends show that artificial intelligence, automation and robotics fundamentally change the conditions and tasks in health and education.
Training is currently not considering these trends. In this transition from evidence-based to algorithm-based, care practice is running into a difficult and for many frustrating situation.