‘Keep our hands on the wheel’: Caution, supervision urged as AI enters the IBD space

DENVER — Although the use of artificial intelligence for inflammatory bowel disease can reasonably replicate expert judgment and predict outcomes, clinicians must retain the ability to intervene and “take control” when the AI is wrong.“I don’t have to tell any of you that artificial intelligence is everywhere right now, doing some truly amazing tasks and starting to integrate itself seamlessly into our personal lives,” Ryan W. Stidham, MD, MS, associate professor of medicine and computational medicine and bioinformatics at the University of Michigan, toldRead More

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