All of us have recently observed incredible interest and development of computer and machine-based technologies with artificial intelligence (AI) technique in our day-to-day lives. Currently, this non-human, machine-based technology has gained a lot of momentum. The supercomputers and robotics with AI technology have shown the potential to equate or even surpass human experts' accuracy in some tasks in the near future. AI is also promising for massive data interlacing from other digital information sources such as electronic health records, medical image sorting, and already renovating healthcare delivery. But in the thoracic surgical field, AI technology applications are still minimal and has gross potential for further development.