Abbreviations:AI (artificial intelligence), CONSORT (Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials), FP (false positive), RCT (randomized clinical trial), TP (true positive)
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DISCLOSURE: The following authors disclosed financial relationships: S. Parasa: Consultant for Covidien LP. A. Repici: Research grant from Fujifilm, Boston Scientific Corporation, and Norgine; speaker for Boston Scientific Corporation and Norgine. T. Berzin: Consultant for Medtronic, Wision AI, Magentiq Eye, RSIP Vision, and Docbot AI. S. A. Gross: Consultant for Medtronic and Iterative Scopes. P. Sharma: Consultant for Bausch, Boston Scientific Corporation, CDx Labs, Covidien LP, Exact Sciences, Fujifilm Medical Systems USA, Inc, Lucid, Lumendi, Medtronic, Olympus America, Inc, and Salix; research grant from Cosmo Pharmaceuticals, Covidien, Docbot, Erbe USA Inc, Fujifilm Holdings America Corporation, Ironwood Pharmaceuticals, Inc, Medtronic USA, Inc, Olympus, Salix, and US Endoscopy. All other authors disclosed no financial relationships.