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This Virtual Yeast Cell Could Open Up The Black Box Of Artificial Intelligence

News   Mar 06, 2018 | Original Story from UC San Diego Health

 
This Virtual Yeast Cell Could Open Up The Black Box Of Artificial Intelligence

Screenshot from d-cell.ucsd.edu , where researchers can use DCell, a new virtual yeast cell developed at UC San Diego School of Medicine.

 
 
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