Practice makes perfect, and a new system being tested and perfected enables surgical trainees to obtain cutting-edge instruction in real-time through a new artificial intelligence program. As medical students conduct surgical exercises, the AI software scans a live video feed and provides immediate, personalized feedback.The solution is among the first generation of AI teachers giving real-time feedback and may pioneer the use of similar instructional technology in other industries, including additional areas of healthcare and medicine.

The AI teacher is being developed by Associate Professor Usman Roshan in Ying Wu College of Computing’s Department of Data Science at New Jersey Institute of Technology, with colleagues from Robert Wood Johnson Medical School (RWJ) and Robust AI, a software company focused on AI-powered human activity recognition products. To read the full story.