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Artificial Intelligence in Surgery: Neural Networks and Deep Learning

@article{Alapatt2020ArtificialII,
  title={Artificial Intelligence in Surgery: Neural Networks and Deep Learning},
  author={Deepak Alapatt and Pietro Mascagni and Vinkle Kumar Srivastav and Nicolas Padoy},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2009.13411}
}
Deep neural networks power most recent successes of artificial intelligence, spanning from self-driving cars to computer aided diagnosis in radiology and pathology. The high-stake data intensive process of surgery could highly benefit from such computational methods. However, surgeons and computer scientists should partner to develop and assess deep learning applications of value to patients and healthcare systems. This chapter and the accompanying hands-on material were designed for surgeons… 

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