Success in creating AI would be the biggest event in human history. Unfortunately, it might also be the last, unless we learn how to avoid the risks. – Stephen Hawking
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is already well-entrenched in modern life, including in the delivery of healthcare. It behooves physicians to understand how machine learning and AI are being used in research, the development of therapeutics, and practice management. How will our practices change with the further incorporation of these technologies? What safeguards must be in place to protect our patients from potential unforeseen harms? What are the current and emerging trends in AI as it impacts gastroenterology?
To foster greater understanding of the confluence of AI with gastrointestinal disorders, Clinical and Translational Gastroenterology requests your high-quality, clinically relevant human subjects research relating to AI. We will assemble the very best original research and clinical reviews into a special issue devoted to this topic.
Please clearly state in your cover letter that your manuscript is intended for the “AI in GI” special issue. This issue is scheduled to publish Autumn 2023. Depending on the responses we receive, some accepted manuscripts may be published in other upcoming issues of CTG.
We are hoping to publish original research representing the breadth of our field, including hepatology, inflammatory bowel disease, motility, pancreatology, endoscopy, general luminal gastroenterology, and practice management.
*Submit your manuscript through our Editorial Manager submission website*
Questions? Email email@example.com for answers!
Submission Deadline: June 1, 2023