An important component of equal health care for all will be possible with new technologies. The field of orthopedics and traumatology, which uses the blessings of technology at a high level, has started to implement innovations quickly and this continues in accelarating fashion. With the increasing importance of distance and environmental factors in health care, the diagnosis, treatment, prevention of diseases and training of health workers, the use of information technologies in the health sector are discussed within the scope of telemedicine. The status of the legal personality of artificial intelligences which will be held responsible for the damage caused by the autonomous artificial intelligence, leads to an increase in disputes in terms of liability law. In our article, it is aimed to determine the legal dimension of the situation, possible problems and risks that await the orthopedics and traumatology specialists in the future.