Content round-up: New technologies

Want to find out about the latest advancements in breast surgery technology? From AI to live streaming, our round up highlights the best content ARBS Net has to offer, all in one place.
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Want to find out about the latest advancements in breast surgery technology? From AI to live streaming, our round up highlights the best content ARBS Net has to offer, all in one place. 

IST 2024: Sharing the surgeon’s point-of-view with live-streaming technology

In this video, Nick Cooke presents 'Sharing the surgeon’s point-of-view: deploying livestreaming technology at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust'.

Matthew Cissell: New technologies for improving breast surgery

As part of our free webinar on new technologies for improving breast surgery, Matthew Cissell explores the use of AI in breast surgery.  

In recent years, artificial intelligence (AI) has gained popularity, even in the field of plastic surgery. The aim of this study was to evaluate the quality of medical information provided by ChatGPT regarding three of the most common procedures in breast plastic surgery: breast reconstruction, breast reduction, and augmentation mammaplasty.

From Augmented to Virtual Reality in Plastic Surgery: Blazing the Trail to a New Frontier

Augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR)-termed mixed reality-has shown promise in the care of operative patients. Currently, AR and VR has well-known applications for craniofacial surgery, specifically in preoperative planning. However, the application of AR/VR technology to other reconstructive challenges has not been widely adopted. Thus, the purpose of this investigation is to outline the current applications of AR and VR in the operative setting.

Generative artificial intelligence fails to provide sufficiently accurate recommendations when compared to established breast reconstruction surgery guidelines

This study investigated the utility of ChatGPT (Version 4) as an adjunctive tool for breast surgery decision-making by posing a series of clinical questions and comparing its responses to three key surgical guidelines.

LBM 2023: Digital and technological updates

In this session, Pedro Gouveia and Greg Evans present talks on breast cancer surgical metaverse and artificial intelligence in breast surgery: diagnostics, research, and algorithms:

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