Skills evaluation, tailored feedback: McGill AI project could change the way brain surgeons are trained
By Admin | September 03, 2019
Alexander Winkler-Schwartz focuses on the computer-generated brain on the screen while, below, his hands gently remove the virtual brain tumour inside the mannequin’s head.
An artificial intelligence algorithm tracks the neurosurgery resident’s every movement – ready to classify his performance as part of a research project at McGill University, where intelligent machines are learning to rank people based on how deftly they take away the tumour.
For more information please read, Skills evaluation, tailored feedback: McGill AI project could change the way brain surgeons are trained, by The Globe and Mail.