For many companies, artificial intelligence has become a key tool in drug development. Now, two companies that specialize in AI-backed drug development are teaming up to take on the … Continue Reading Two Artificial Intelligence Companies Partner to Take on DMD and Orphan Diseases
Researchers have created an artificial intelligence system for predicting, not simply tracking, potential side effects from drug combinations. Last month alone, 23% of Americans took two or more prescription drugs, … Continue Reading AI Predicts Side Effects for Millions of Drug Combos
What is artificial intelligence (AI)? There is no universally agreed definition of AI. Broadly speaking, AI tends to refer to computing technologies that replicate or resemble processes and tasks associated … Continue Reading The Bioethics of AI in the Healthcare Industry
Artificial intelligence promises to use the power of data to solve some of the biggest problems of our time. But can it help us treat a disease as complex as … Continue Reading Artificial Intelligence in Oncology: Fantasy or Reality?
IBM recently reported a round of layoffs at its Watson Health unit, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) to work in healthcare. The company spokesman, Doug Shelton, told The … Continue Reading IBM Watson Layoffs: Is Healthcare AI Ready for Prime Time?
Janssen Research & Development, part of the Johnson & Johnson family of companies, has been at the forefront of treatment innovation for decades. In fact, Dr. Paul Janssen, the Belgian … Continue Reading Can Artificial Intelligence Change How We Discover Drugs?
The new era for AI-powered drug discovery and longevity biotechnology begins for Insilico following partnership with WuXi AppTec and others
It has been a long time since I published the Ageless Generation so my writing skills have become quite rusty. My group is publishing approximately two research papers per month … Continue Reading The new era for AI-powered drug discovery and longevity biotechnology begins for Insilico following partnership with WuXi AppTec and others
HOUSTON–(BUSINESS WIRE)– Shoshi Kaganovsky, an Israeli data scientist and entrepreneur who has been named one of the 20 most influential women in Israel, has moved the headquarters of SensoLeak, her … Continue Reading Artificial Intelligence Comes to Pipeline Leak Detection and Finds a Home in Houston