Artificial Intelligence, Machine-Learning, and Neural Networks (with special guest Joseph Siburt, PhD)

Artificial Intelligence, Machine-Learning, and Neural Networks (with special guest Joseph Siburt, PhD)
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Artificial Intelligence, Machine-Learning, and Neural Networks (with special guest Joseph Siburt, PhD)
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Episode 18 August 16, 2021 00:21:05

Hosted By

Mohit Bhandari, MD Marc Swiontkowski, MD

Show Notes

In this episode, Marc and Mo are joined by special guest Joseph Silburt, PhD (Data Scientist at OrthoEvidence) in an informative discussion on the issues related to artificial intelligence, machine-learning, and neural networks, with a specific focus on how these technologies can be applied to preoperative and perioperative planning. 

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