Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Care: Promise and Caution

Several studies and academic articles recently published offer updates regarding the use of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine. Topics span a range of applications and specialties, including endocrinology, neurology, radiology, cardiology, pain care, and more. In the field of radiology, a paper in JAMA described a computer that developed algorithms which enabled it to accurately detect fractures on radiographs.1 The authors proposed that the less complex tasks of radiologists, such as the detection of lung nodules on computer tomography, could ultimately be delegated to AI. Concerning neurology, an article in Movement Disorders explored the potential of machine-learning algorithms to transform data from wearable, sensor-based systems that quantify signs of Parkinson’s disease into meaningful information that could significantly improve research and clinical practice.2 Within cardiology, researchers at the University of Ioannina…

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