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Anaesth Pain & Intensive Care. 2019; 23(3): 247-249

Artificial intelligence--- Future of Anesthesiology!!

Fazal Hameed khan, Maliha Fazal.

The term artificial intelligence was introduced in 1950. There have been many attempts to develop machines capable of performing cognitive and skill based task of anesthesiologist based on the principle of artificial intelligence. These attempts have not been successful because of the complexities of anesthesia practice. Recent innovations in artificial intelligence, especially machine learning, will continue to grow in importance in the years to come and will greatly revolutionize the face of anesthesia along with surgical practice, perioperative medicine practiced in clinics, and imaging interpretation. Anesthesiologist should continue to embrace this technology, stay up to date with the advances in AI, and also make genuine efforts to smoothly assimilate them in routine practice now so that they can be the revolutionists of their own future.

Key words: Anesthesiology; artificial intelligence; machine learning

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