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Dentists' Knowledge About Artificial Intelligence and Attitude Towards Artificial Intelligence

Dentists' Knowledge About Artificial Intelligence and Attitude Towards Artificial Intelligence

Mehmed ÇANAKÇI, Şebnem Begüm TÜRKER Marmara University, Faculty of Dentistry, Department of Prosthodontics, Istanbul,Turkey

Purpose The aim of this study was to evaluate the knowledge about artifical intelligence of dentists and

their attitude towards to artificial intelligence.

Material Method

Dentists, special dentists and academicians was participated to the study. A total of 31-question were asked to the participants. Electronic survey system was run and the surveys in which all questions were answered was included to the study. SPSS V23 program was used for the statistical analysis. Chi-square test was used to evaluate the datas (p<0.05).

Result: 35.6% of the participants were male and 64.4% participants were female (n=123). 87,8% of the participants had knowledge about the artificial intelligence and how it works (n=108). Nearly all of the participants believed that the importance of artificial intelligence will increase even more in the future (n=122). Increased use of artificial intelligence may create potential risk in the future according to 66,6% of the participants (n=82). Most of the participants (97,6%) remarked that the use of artificial intelligence will make the dentist's work easier and faster (n=120). %46,3 of the participants was revealed that the artificial intelligence could be used in prosthodontics, %25,2 orthodontics, %19,5 oral maxillofacial surgery respectively. 73,2% of the participants (n=90) had knowledge about the artificial intelligence could be used in the prosthodontics areas. %75,6 of the participants (n=93) could be use artificial intelligence for evaluating the fit and quality of the prosthetic restorations.

Conclusion:

Most of the participants in the survey remarked that the use of artificial intelligence will increase in the future and it helps dentists to giving indications. Participants shared an optimistic views and thought that artificial intelligence will have a positive impact on dental future practice. Follow-up surveys and multinational studies should be conducted to further explore these issues.

Mehmed Çanakçı
TPID
Turkey

Şebnem Begüm Türker
TPID
Turkey

 


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