Interest in the role of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine is growing exponentially. Machine learning models have been trained to perform diagnostic and decision support functions, including interpretation of radiographic abnormalities, detection of polyps during endoscopy, and prediction of melanoma from images of skin lesions.1-3 In surgery, AI also has the potential to inform intraoperative decisions.4,5
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Madani A, Feldman LS. Artificial Intelligence for Augmenting Perioperative Surgical Decision-Making—Are We There Yet? JAMA Surg. 2021;156(10):941. doi:10.1001/jamasurg.2021.3050
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