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Artificial Intelligence in Anesthesiology: Current Techniques, Clinical Applications, and Limitations.

Artificial intelligence has been advancing in fields including anesthesiology. This scoping review of the intersection of artificial intelligence and anesthesia research identified and summarized six themes of applications of artificial intelligence in anesthesiology: (1) depth of anesthesia monitoring, (2) control of anesthesia, (3) event and risk prediction, (4) ultrasound guidance, (5) pain management, and (6) operating room logistics. Based on papers identified in the review, several topics within artif...


Transforming Healthcare with Big Data Analytics and Artificial Intelligence: A Systematic Mapping Study.

The domain of healthcare has always been flooded with a huge amount of complex data, coming in at a very fast-pace. A vast amount of data is generated in different sectors of healthcare industry: data from hospitals and healthcare providers, medical insurance, medical equipment, life sciences and medical research. With the advancement in technology, there is a huge potential for utilization of this data for transforming healthcare. The application of analytics, machine learning and artificial intelligence o...

Personalized oncology with artificial intelligence: The case of temozolomide.

Using artificial intelligence techniques, we compute optimal personalized protocols for temozolomide administration in a population of patients with variability.


Use of artificial intelligence-based analytics from live colonoscopies to optimize the quality of the colonoscopy exam in real-time: proof of concept.

From Data to Value: How Artificial Intelligence Augments the Radiology Business to Create Value.

The radiology practice has access to a wealth of data in the radiologist information system, dictation reports, and electronic health records. Although many artificial intelligence applications in radiology have focused on computer vision and the interpretive use cases, many opportunities exist to enhance the radiologist's value proposition through business analytics. This article explores how AI lends an analytical lens to the radiology practice to create value.

Applications of artificial intelligence in neuro-oncology.

To discuss recent applications of artificial intelligence within the field of neuro-oncology and highlight emerging challenges in integrating artificial intelligence within clinical practice.

Trust Me, I'm a Chatbot: How Artificial Intelligence in Health Care Fails the Turing Test.

Over the next decade, one issue which will dominate sociotechnical studies in health informatics is the extent to which the promise of artificial intelligence in health care will be realized, along with the social and ethical issues which accompany it. A useful thought experiment is the application of the Turing test to user-facing artificial intelligence systems in health care (such as chatbots or conversational agents). In this paper I argue that many medical decisions require value judgements and the doc...

The Last Mile: Where Artificial Intelligence Meets Reality.

Although much effort is focused on improving the technical performance of artificial intelligence, there are compelling reasons to focus more on the implementation of this technology class to solve real-world applications. In this "last mile" of implementation lie many complex challenges that may make technically high-performing systems perform poorly. Instead of viewing artificial intelligence development as a linear one of algorithm development through to eventual deployment, there are strong reasons to t...

Artificial intelligence and radiomics in nuclear medicine: potentials and challenges.

Artificial intelligence involves a wide range of smart techniques that are applicable to medical services including nuclear medicine. Recent advances in computer power, availability of accumulated digital archives containing large amount of patient images, and records bring new opportunities for the implementation of artificial techniques in nuclear medicine. As a subset of artificial intelligence, machine learning is an emerging tool that can possibly perform many clinical tasks. Nuclear medicine community...

Artificial Intelligence, Radiology, and Tuberculosis: A Review.

Tuberculosis is a leading cause of death from infectious disease worldwide, and is an epidemic in many developing nations. Countries where the disease is common also tend to have poor access to medical care, including diagnostic tests. Recent advancements in artificial intelligence may help to bridge this gap. In this article, we review the applications of artificial intelligence in the diagnosis of tuberculosis using chest radiography, covering simple computer-aided diagnosis systems to more advanced deep ...

Artificial intelligence in dermatology: the 'unsupervised' learning.

The potential areas of application of artificial intelligence in dermatology are ever increasing. With the wide availability of smartphones equipped with high-resolution cameras and impressive processing powers, harnessing these capabilities using machine learning (ML) could open new prospects in the management of dermatological disorders. Du-Harpur et al. have done a commendable job reviewing the utility of artificial intelligence in dermatology in an easily understandable manner for most dermatologists.

The Role and Promise of Artificial Intelligence in Medical Toxicology.

Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to machines or software that process information and interact with the world as understanding beings. Examples of AI in medicine include the automated reading of chest X-rays and the detection of heart dysrhythmias from wearables. A key promise of AI is its potential to apply logical reasoning at the scale of data too vast for the human mind to comprehend. This scaling up of logical reasoning may allow clinicians to bring the entire breadth of current medical knowledge to...

Artificial intelligence in the diagnosis of breast cancer : Yesterday, today and tomorrow.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is increasingly applied in the field of breast imaging.

Artificial intelligence: Guidelines for internists.

Following the emergence of open public databases and connected objects, big data and artificial intelligence are developing rapidly, especially in medicine, with many opportunities ranging from complex diagnostic assistance to real-time statistical analysis. In order to promote their development and guide their use in the field of internal medicine, guidelines and recommendations are needed. First of all, this article seeks to clarify the concepts of big data and artificial intelligence and the correlations...

Superior skin cancer classification by the combination of human and artificial intelligence.

In recent studies, convolutional neural networks (CNNs) outperformed dermatologists in distinguishing dermoscopic images of melanoma and nevi. In these studies, dermatologists and artificial intelligence were considered as opponents. However, the combination of classifiers frequently yields superior results, both in machine learning and among humans. In this study, we investigated the potential benefit of combining human and artificial intelligence for skin cancer classification.

Artificial intelligence: a benefit for patients?

While artificial intelligence (AI) may have raised concerns, these questions are now making way for in-depth discussions on how to take advantage of its potential to ensure advances for patients. From this point of view, AI can constitute a real lever for strengthening the doctor-patient relationship, subject to a certain number of conditions.

Artificial Intelligence for the Determination of a Management Strategy for Diminutive Colorectal Polyps: Hype, Hope, or Help.

Most colorectal polyps are diminutive, and malignant potential for these polyps is uncommon, especially for those in the rectosigmoid. However, many diminutive polyps are still being resected to determine whether these are adenomas or serrated/hyperplastic polyps. Resecting all the diminutive polyps is not cost-effective. Therefore, gastroenterologists have proposed optical diagnosis using image-enhanced endoscopy for polyp characterization. These technologies have achieved favorable outcomes, but are not w...

Characterizing Artificial Intelligence Applications in Cancer Research: A Latent Dirichlet Allocation Analysis.

Artificial intelligence (AI)-based therapeutics, devices, and systems are vital innovations in cancer control; particularly, they allow for diagnosis, screening, precise estimation of survival, informing therapy selection, and scaling up treatment services in a timely manner.

Artificial intelligence in healthcare and the transformation of healthcare professions.

By integrating artificial intelligence (AI) to their practice, healthcare professions will evolve towards more efficient patient management and better quality of care. These changes require new competencies to which all professionals must be trained. A methodology to quantify the impact of AI on healthcare occupations can be used to support and anticipate these changes.

Artificial intelligence for detecting mitral regurgitation using electrocardiography.

Screening and early diagnosis of mitral regurgitation (MR) are crucial for preventing irreversible progression of MR. In this study, we developed and validated an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm for detecting MR using electrocardiography (ECG).

A lesson in implementation: A pre-post study of providers' experience with artificial intelligence-based clinical decision support.

To explore attitudes about artificial intelligence (AI) among staff who utilized AI-based clinical decision support (CDS).

Attitudes toward artificial intelligence in radiology with learner needs assessment within radiology residency programmes: a national multi-programme survey.

We aimed to assess the attitudes and learner needs of radiology residents and faculty radiologists regarding artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) in radiology.

sPortfolio: Stratified Visual Analysis of Stock Portfolios.

Quantitative Investment, built on the solid foundation of robust financial theories, is at the center stage in investment industry today. The essence of quantitative investment is the multi-factor model, which explains the relationship between the risk and return of equities. However, the multi-factor model generates enormous quantities of factor data, through which even experienced portfolio managers find it difficult to navigate. This has led to portfolio analysis and factor research being limited by a la...

Artificial Intelligence and Surgical Decision-Making.

Surgeons make complex, high-stakes decisions under time constraints and uncertainty, with significant effect on patient outcomes. This review describes the weaknesses of traditional clinical decision-support systems and proposes that artificial intelligence should be used to augment surgical decision-making.

Artificial intelligence in healthcare: major potential for innovations in our health system.

Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly being extended across health systems with multiple cases of its use already reported. The most operational technique is machine learning with image recognition in imaging. Solutions derived from this approach, as well as other applications of AI, are presented in two major fields: cancer management and geriatric care.


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