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The Medical Potential of AI and Metabolites

Video   Feb 03, 2020 | Taken from TED, YouTube


Many diseases are driven by metabolites – small molecules in your body like fat, glucose and cholesterol – but we don't know exactly what they are or how they work.

Biotech entrepreneur and TED Fellow Leila Pirhaji shares her plan to build an AI-based network to characterize metabolite patterns, better understand how disease develops – and discover more effective treatments.

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