Artificial intelligence (AI) is a new technical field that develops ideas, methods, and application systems to replicate, extend, and expand human intelligence. The use of artificial intelligence in medical research has been a hot topic in modern science and technology over the last five years. Medical image recognition, auxiliary diagnosis, medication research and development, treatment scheme formulation, and other elements of gynaecological cancers require a wide variety of knowledge, and AI can help in these areas. In the realm of gynaecological oncology, AI will play a vital role in advancing medicine and accelerating the transition from traditional treatment to precision medicine and preventative medicine. For example, because AI is inextricably linked to human participation, it still needs to be "humanised," which means it needs to better protect patients' privacy and health, increase legal and insurance protection, and adapt to local ethnic and national circumstances. However, it is expected that AI, particularly ensemble classifiers and deep learning, will have a significant impact on the future of medical technology, serving as a powerful driving force for future medical innovation and change.