Artificial intelligence is the capacity for intelligent task performance by machines. Many areas of medicine, including cardiac surgery, have already been impacted by artificial intelligence. AI-driven robotic surgeries are computer-controlled tools designed to help during operations with the manipulation and placement of surgical instruments. This allows physicians to concentrate on the intricate details of the surgery. Artificial intelligence (AI) is becoming more and more important for surgical decision-making in order to address a variety of information sources, including patient health conditions, anatomical structures, disorder natural history, patient values, and cost, and help surgeons and patients make better predictions about the outcomes of surgical decisions. Echocardiography, cardiac tomography (CT, cardiac MRI, and most recently, radionics, have all tremendously benefited from automation in the field of cardiac imaging.
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