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Artificial Intelligence: A New Paradigm in Obstetrics and Gynecology Research and Clinical Practice
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  • Pulwasha Iftikhar,
  • Marcela Kuijpers,
  • Aqsa iftikhar,
  • Mona kanwal,
  • Nighat Shaheen,
  • Maribel deGouvia De Sa,
  • Arnold wendroff
Pulwasha Iftikhar
St John's University

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Marcela Kuijpers
Universidad Dr ciencias vesalio Guzman
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Aqsa iftikhar
City University of New York
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Mona kanwal
Cantonment general hospital, rawalpindi
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Nighat Shaheen
Cantonment General hospital, Rawalpindi
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Maribel deGouvia De Sa
Aberdeen Royal Infirmary
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Arnold wendroff
City University of New York
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Artificial intelligence (AI) is growing exponentially in various fields, including medicine, and this paper reviews the pertinent aspects of AI in Obstetrics and Gynecology (OBGYN), and how these can be applied to improve patient outcomes, reduce healthcare costs, and workload for clinicians. Although AI has some limitations, this new technology can improve the prognosis and management of patients, reduce healthcare costs, and help OBGYN practitioners to reduce their workload and increase their efficiency and accuracy by incorporating AI systems into their daily practice. AI has the potential to guide practitioners indecision making, reaching a diagnosis, and improve case management.