Surgery has come a long way since the days of large, open incisions and extended hospital stays. The advent of minimally invasive surgical techniques has revolutionized the field, offering patients quicker recoveries, less pain, and smaller scars. As technology continues to advance, the future of surgery holds even more promise for further innovations in minimally invasive techniques. In this article, we will explore the current state of minimally invasive surgery and delve into the exciting developments that lie ahead. It was initially used for procedures such as gallbladder removal and appendectomies. The fundamental idea behind MIS is to perform surgical interventions through small incisions, using tiny cameras and specialized instruments. This approach reduces tissue damage, lowers the risk of infection, and results in faster patient recovery. Over the years, MIS has expanded to cover a wide range of procedures, including cardiac surgery, orthopaedic surgery, and even some cancer surgeries. Robotics entered the scene with the da Vinci Surgical System, which enhanced the precision and dexterity of surgeons in performing minimally invasive procedures. Robotic-assisted surgery has become more sophisticated, with the integration of artificial intelligence. Surgeons can now benefit from AI-powered tools that enhance surgical planning, navigation, and real-time decision-making during procedures.