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It is undoubtedly true that some physicians may come to rely entirely on the computer for diagnosis, just as some physicians today rely on certain laboratory tests even in situations where the test does not relate to any fundamental aspect of the disease. The aura of finality and correctness of the computer will be difficult for some physicians to overcome. It is essential that the physician understand just what the computer is doing so that he can properly interpret its processes and results and, if necessary, modify them. To utilize intelligently the computer's possibilities, physicians will need to be better philosophers, historians, and mathematicians than they generally are at present. 

Engle, R. (1963). Medical diagnosis: present, past, and future III. Diagnosis in the future, including a critique on the use of electronic computers as diagnostic aids to the physicians. Archives of Internal Medicine, 112(4), pp.530-543.

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