The evolution of artificial intelligence (AI) in nephrology: advantages and disadvantages
- Urology & Nephrology Open Access Journal
Ahmed Akl,1,2,3 Ben Lomatayo,4
Artificial intelligence (AI) has emerged as a new tool to help save lives, treat diseases, and
conduct research. The first artificial intelligence research in the field of nephrology came
from Egypt, Africa, and it was directed to predict and adjust the quality of hemodialysis
sessions for patients even before they started the session, which saved time and money.
Similarly, the application of AI in the field of transplantation comparing the accuracy of
AI with multivariate statistics in the prediction of graft survival was done in Egypt. With
advances in digital networking and the global spread of the internet, applications of AI have
been expanded and now involve the field of research. AI can now start a research project,
write a review article, and even plan a research design.
machine language, glomerulonephritis, transplantation, renal replacement therapy, computer sciences