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Special Issues of “Robotics and AI in Spine”
NameNeurospineDate2023-08-30
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Special Issues of “Robotics and AI in Spine”

Dear Colleagues,

In the rapidly evolving medical field, artificial intelligence (AI) and robotics have emerged as powerful tools, revolutionizing various medical specialties. Among these, the application of AI and robotics in the field of spinal surgery is gaining significant momentum. We are delighted to prepare a special issue of the respected journal dedicated to “Artificial Intelligence and Robotics of the Spine” to shed light on this intersection of advanced technology and medicine. This special issue will be an invaluable resource for researchers, clinicians and technologists looking to explore the latest advances and future possibilities in this exciting field.

1. Unleash the potential of AI:
Artificial intelligence has revolutionized many industries, and healthcare is no exception. In the context of spinal diseases, AI algorithms have shown great potential in areas such as image analysis, preoperative planning and prediction of patient outcome. Our special issue explores the latest research and innovations in AI-powered technologies and invites papers on innovative methods to diagnose spinal conditions, support surgical decision-making, and optimize post-surgical care.

2. Robotics Redefining Spine Surgery:
Robotics are changing the landscape of spinal surgery by providing increased precision, accuracy and improved patient outcomes. Robot-assisted systems allow surgeons to navigate complex spinal structures with greater dexterity and reduced invasiveness. Our special issue invites papers containing a comprehensive overview of advances in robotic technology, including surgical planning, intraoperative guidance, and postoperative monitoring.

The future of spinal surgery is being shaped by the incredible convergence of artificial intelligence and robotics. The special issue of “Artificial Intelligence and Robotics in the Spine” will provide a comprehensive platform for researchers and practitioners to explore the latest advances, challenges and opportunities in this rapidly evolving field. Join us as we embark on this transformative journey where technology meets human expertise to redefine the boundaries of spinal care and improve the lives of millions of patients around the world.

Submission DeadlineNov, 1 2023
Publication DateMar, 2024
Lead guest editors

Gianluca Vadalà
(Campus Bio-Medico University, Italy)
Seong Yi
(Yonsei University College of Medicine, Korea)
John H. Shin
(Harvard University College of Medicine, USA)
Richard V. Chua
(Arizona University College of Medicine, USA)
Sun-Ho Lee
(Sungkyunkwan University College of Medicine, Korea)
Samuel K. Cho
(Icahn University College of Medicine, USA)
Dong Wuk Son
(Pusan National University College of Medicine, Korea)
Shiego Ueda
(Shin-ai Kai Spine Center, Katano Hospital, Japan)
Sung Hyun Noh
(Ajou University College of Medicine, Korea)

Best Regards,

Editor in Chief, Neurospine
  Inbo Han, MD, PhD

Deputy Editors
  Wen-Cheng Huang, MD, PhD
  Toshiyuki Takahashi, MD, PhD


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