About 48.7% of psychiatrists globally felt that autonomous intelligent (AI) technologies would have no influence or only minimal influence on the future work of psychiatrists over the next 25 years. Approximately 47% predicted that their jobs would be moderately changed by AI over the next 25 years, and 3.8% of psychiatrists felt it was likely that future technology would make their jobs obsolete. These findings were reported in “Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Psychiatry: Insights from a Global Physician Survey” by P. Murali Doraiswamy, Charlotte Blease, and Kaylee Bodner. The survey and data analyses were conducted in . . .