Artificial intelligence (AI) is making significant strides in the field of medicine, including surgery, with potential benefits in terms of efficiency and improved outcomes. However, ethical concerns surround its widespread use. A recent study explores the integration of AI into surgery and the associated ethical considerations. AI can analyse vast amounts of data, providing predictive analyses for early disease detection, personalised treatment plans, real-time decision support during surgery, and post-operative monitoring for complications. It has the potential to reduce complications, enhance recovery, and improve patient experiences. However, challenges include the risk of misusing AI for self-diagnosis, patient privacy, data security, and inadequate regulations. Secondary evaluation by medical professionals, clear disclaimers differentiating AI-generated advice, anonymisation protocols, robust data security, patient education, and obtaining informed consent are proposed strategies to address concerns. Despite challenges, the positive impact of AI in surgery is expected to grow with proper ethical considerations.