Could artificial intelligence help people lose weight with less risks?
Bariatric interventions are commonly used to help people with obesity lose weight, but predicting the complication rates and resulting weight loss is still complicated. This episode explores how artificial intelligence (AI) could help predict if a patient will lose enough weight after surgery and how AI can be applied to diagnosing conditions that may create technical challenges during the operation.
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