“Hip and knee replacement surgeons for over a decade have serendipitously been stockpiling troves of data in patient-centered registries primed for machine learning analysis and algorithm development,” said AAHKS member, Prem N. Ramkumar, MD, in a Forbes article looking at the potential applications of artificial intelligence (AI) in the field of total joint replacement. According to Dr. Ramkumar, arthroplasty surgeons can lead evaluation of the impact of AI in the field of medicine in “payment models, policy, device manufacturing, radiology, surgical techniques and everyday human movement.” Full story.