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Publication Name World Journal of Psychiatry
Manuscript ID 95214
Country South Korea
Category Psychiatry
Manuscript Type Minireviews
Article Title Challenges and prospects in bridging precision medicine and artificial intelligence in genomic psychiatric treatment
Manuscript Source Invited Manuscript
All Author List Uchenna Esther Okpete and Haewon Byeon
Funding Agency and Grant Number
Funding Agency Grant Number
Basic Science Research Program through the National Research Foundation of Korea Funded by the Ministry of Education NRF-RS-2023-00237287, and NRF-2021S1A5A8062526
Local Government-University Cooperation-Based Regional Innovation Projects 2021RIS-003
Corresponding Author Haewon Byeon, DSc, PhD, Associate Professor, Director, Department of Digital Anti-aging Healthcare (BK21), Inje University, No. 197 Injero, Gyeonsangnamdo, Gimhae 50834, South Korea. bhwpuma@naver.com
Key Words Precision medicine; Psychiatric treatment; Genomic data; Machine learning; Deep learning; Clinical decision making; Data privacy
Core Tip This paper explores the convergence of precision medicine and artificial intelligence (AI) in psychiatric care, focusing on tailoring treatments to individuals' genetic backgrounds. It underscores the complexity of psychiatric disorders, attributed to varied genetic, environmental, and lifestyle factors, and the role of AI in navigating these challenges by analyzing large genomic datasets. Despite obstacles such as data privacy, computational requirements, and model generalization, the study highlights the necessity for ethical guidelines and regulatory frameworks for AI use in psychiatric genetics. Furthermore, it stresses the importance of interdisciplinary collaboration to effectively address the AI-related implementation challenges in precision medicine.
Citation Okpete UE, Byeon H. Challenges and prospects in bridging precision medicine and artificial intelligence in genomic psychiatric treatment. World J Psychiatry 2024; In press
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ISSN 2220-3206 (online)
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