Recent reports suggest that artificial intelligence (AI) in health care is growing quicker than in any other field. In the latest issue of TIGE, guest editor Michael Byrne, MD, has invited leading experts to highlight applications of AI to different endoscopic techniques, pathologies and anatomies. This issue also provides a birds-eye view of AI in endoscopy, including potential barriers and challenges in this new domain.
- Introduction: Artificial Intelligence in gastroenterology by Michael Byrne
- Artificial intelligence in gastroenterology. The current state of play and the potential. How will it affect our practice and when? by Sanne A. Hoogenboom, Ulas Bagci and Michael B. Wallace
- Artificial intelligence for magnifying endoscopy, endocytoscopy and confocal laser endomicroscopy of the colorectum by Yuichi Mori, Shin-ei Kudo, Masashi Misawa, Hayato Itoh, Masahiro Oda and Kensaku Mori
- Using Artificial Intelligence to Improve Adequacy of Inspection in Gastrointestinal Endoscopy by Piet C. de Groen
- Barriers and Pitfalls for Artificial Intelligence in Gastroenterology: Ethical and Regulatory Issues by Omer F. Ahmad, Danail Stoyanov and Laurence B. Lovat