‘Keep the guardrails on’: As AI use expands in IBD care, physicians should remain cautious

Artificial intelligence has been used extensively in gastroenterology for polyp detection and is expanding into the inflammatory bowel disease space in an experimental and “research phase,” quickly making its way into clinical use.“AI encompasses several different technologies that can engage text, images and other data with initial use cases aiming to reproduce expert opinion with the benefits of automation including standardization, reproducibility and speed,” Ryan W. Stidham, MD, MS, AGAF, associate professor of gastroenterology and internal medicine at MichiganRead More