Decisions are made on a continuum from fact-based to gut-response.
The advantage to fact-based is, the alternatives are well-considered, analytical, defensible. The disadvantage is the decision may be made too late.
The advantage to gut-response is speed, intuition, it feels right. The disadvantage is the decision may be wrong.
The best decisions are made in the middle. The more data you have, the more likely your intuition is to be accurate.
Decisions are always made with incomplete data. There is always uncertainty. If there were no uncertainty, it would not be a decision, it would be a calculation. Computers do not make decisions, they run algorithms, calculations. In the face of ambiguity, it is only people who can make decisions.
So, why all the fuss about artificial intelligence?
For some decisions, computers can gather enough data, quickly enough, to make a calculation, run an algorithm, to remove uncertainty, while a human is still gathering data, faced with ambiguity. That is why, in some circumstances, a computer can make a faster, more accurate diagnosis than a human.