Revolutionizing Neurosurgery and Neurology: The transformative impact of artificial intelligence in healthcare

  • Habib Hamam Faculty of Engineering, Uni de Moncton, Moncton, NB E1A3E9, Canada; Hodmas University College, Taleh Area, Mogadishu, Somalia; School of Electrical Engineering, University of Johannesburg, Johannesburg 2006, South Africa; Bridges for Academic Excellence, Tunis, Centre-Ville 1001, Tunisia
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Keywords: artificial intelligence; neurosurgery; neurology; medical imaging; personalized treatment

Abstract

The integration of artificial intelligence (AI) has brought about a paradigm shift in the landscape of Neurosurgery and Neurology, revolutionizing various facets of healthcare. This article meticulously explores seven pivotal dimensions where AI has made a substantial impact, reshaping the contours of patient care, diagnostics, and treatment modalities. AI’s exceptional precision in deciphering intricate medical imaging data expedites accurate diagnoses of neurological conditions. Harnessing patient-specific data and genetic information, AI facilitates the formulation of highly personalized treatment plans, promising more efficacious therapeutic interventions. The deployment of AI-powered robotic systems in neurosurgical procedures not only ensures surgical precision but also introduces remote capabilities, mitigating the potential for human error. Machine learning models, a core component of AI, play a crucial role in predicting disease progression, optimizing resource allocation, and elevating the overall quality of patient care. Wearable devices integrated with AI provide continuous monitoring of neurological parameters, empowering early intervention strategies for chronic conditions. AI’s prowess extends to drug discovery by scrutinizing extensive datasets, offering the prospect of groundbreaking therapies for neurological disorders. The realm of patient engagement witnesses a transformative impact through AI-driven chatbots and virtual assistants, fostering increased adherence to treatment plans. Looking ahead, the horizon of AI in Neurosurgery and Neurology holds promises of heightened personalization, augmented decision-making, early intervention, and the emergence of innovative treatment modalities. This narrative is one of optimism and collaboration, depicting a synergistic partnership between AI and healthcare professionals to propel the field forward and significantly enhance the lives of individuals grappling with neurological challenges. This article provides an encompassing view of AI’s transformative influence in Neurosurgery and Neurology, highlighting its potential to redefine the landscape of patient care and outcomes.

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2024-03-12
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Hamam, H. (2024). Revolutionizing Neurosurgery and Neurology: The transformative impact of artificial intelligence in healthcare. Computing and Artificial Intelligence, 2(1). https://doi.org/10.59400/cai.v2i1.416
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