Vol - 29, Issue - 06
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International Medical Journal
Journal ID : IMJ-26-05-2022-1456
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Abstract : Artificial intelligence (AI) is a broad term that encompasses computing technologies that mimic human intelligence-assisted systems, including cognition, deep learning, adaptability, engagement, and sensory comprehension. Some machines can do tasks that would normally require human interpretation and decision-making. These strategies are multidisciplinary in nature and may be used in a variety of sectors, including medicine and health. So we were prompted to inquire whether orthopaedic postgraduates in Tier 1 and Tier 2 cities in India are sufficiently aware of what artificial intelligence is? We created a survey questionaire using Google Forms. The questionnaire was created by a senior orthopaedic surgeon with assistance from the institute's medical education section. The goal was to find out how much postgraduate students knew about AI and how it may be used in orthopaedics. We received 55 answers from 6 medical institutions that offer orthopaedic surgery courses. The distribution of post-graduate students was seen to be balanced. Geographically, the under-surveyed medical institutions were segregated. The issues of "why it is essential" and "if it is feasible" in relation to machine learning in medicine are no longer relevant in talks, but what remains unanswered is "when" and "how" we discover methods to put it to use for improved patient care. This provides a foundation for the medical teaching unit to create and establish a curriculum that includes AI fundamentals and medicine as an introduction session in the post-graduate Orthopedics programme.

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