The merging of artificial intelligence (AI) with precision medicine has the potential to completely transform health care. AI has grown and been accepted in a variety of disciplines during the last ten years, particularly among healthcare experts. AI opens up a world of possibilities for producing intelligent products, creative services, and new business models. Precision medicine approaches uncover patient phenotypes with less common treatment responses or special healthcare demands. AI uses complex computing and inference to provide insights, allowing the system to reason and learn while also empowering physician decision-making. Although AI and precision medicine hold a lot of potential, there is still a lot of work to be done in terms of testing, validating, and changing treatment procedures. The interaction of these two fields and their impact on the healthcare system aligns with the ultimate objective of disease prevention and early diagnosis in individuals, which could reduce disease burden in the general population and, as a result, the expense of preventative health care for everyone.