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The aim of this review was to summarize major topics in artificial intelligence (AI), including their applications and limitations in surgery. This paper reviews the key capabilities of AI to help surgeons understand and critically evaluate new AI applications and to contribute to new developments.
Summary Background Data
AI is composed of various subfields that each provide potential solutions to clinical problems. Each of the core subfields of AI reviewed in this piece have also been used in other industries such as the autonomous car, social networks, and deep learning computers.
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Anthony Chang, MD, MBA, MPH, MS