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The World of Artificial Intelligence Slowly, artificial intelligence (AI) is introduced in every aspect of our lives, being capable of solving difficult challenges in more than a few very efficacious and quick ways. Nowadays, this technology has even demonstrated its potential to change the clinical trial management process. But how? Artificial Intelligence in Clinical Trials Firstly, AI could be used to create smarter protocol designs, which can exponentially increase the clinical trials´ success rates. Is very common for scientists to use data from prior protocol designs to structure the new ones. However, this often results in poorly programmed trials, leading to excessive costs, deficient data, and other not identified problems that increase the delay of the projects. With artificial intelligence, these issues are reduced to a minimum, being capable of taking the positive and negative aspects of prior clinical trials and making an almost perfect new project, adjusting any matter of concern. In addition, AI is capable of providing success or failure probabilities, patients´ possible response rates, among other important factors. Patient recruitment is another factor that, if not done right, can jeopardize the entire clinical trial. In the present, these recruitment issues produce millions and millions of monetary loses, leading to the shutdown of multiple scientific projects. Using AI, patients are selected comparing their electronic medical records and all sort of data with specific selection criteria, instead of relying only on the doctor’s opinion. In addition, artificial intelligence in clinical trials can also help in data collection and...