Artificial intelligence based on resilient leadership in the health sector

  • Elaine Bastidas Tapia Universidad Privada Dr. Rafael Belloso Chacín
Keywords: Artificial Intelligence, Resilient Leadership, Health Sector


At present it is impossible to deny the existence of artificial intelligence in various areas of social life, understood as the simulation of expert human intelligence from computer processes that involve learning, reasoning and self-correction, its benefits to the medical field in particular are innumerable, but their incorporation into health systems has been gradual for many reasons. According to the above, this research analyzed artificial intelligence based on resilient leadership in the health sector, for whichqualitative research was carried out with a documentary-bibliographic design with printed and electronic documentary sources with theoretical contributions from Ávila, Mayer and Quesada (2021), Morgan (2020), Villa (2020), (Finol, 2019), among others. It is highlighted that resilient leadership has become a strategic factor in all organizations, since times of uncertainty and changes lead institutions to properly manage the incorporation of technologies and specifically AI, achieving in this way that the centers and professionals in the field of health assume the needs of the contexts and the innovations of the same. It is concluded that resilient leadership will allow artificial intelligence in the health sector to generate higher levels of learning and adaptability to the transformations that are necessary, whose resistance would make its application difficult and in the long run it will leave behind professionals who refuse to assume the contributions of these innovative techniques in medical practice.