Artificial intelligence (AI) refers to intelligence demonstrated by machines rather than natural intelligence expressed by humans or animals. Human intelligence "can be so clearly described that a machine can be constructed to imitate it," according to the field's founders. Artificial intelligence's integration into cell biology has recently garnered a lot of attention. Artificial intelligence has also been employed by researchers to gain a more objective understanding of cell development and division without making any assumptions. They were able to better correctly mimic the complicated mechanisms that determine cell size over time by using a deep-learning neural network. This research could lead to advancements in microbiology and industrial microbe production. Machine learning is used in a variety of applications. Search engines, social media, and even online banking use them. However, one field where this technology is still in its infancy is medicine.