Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning
This page provides educational resources, events, news and products related to AI and ML. Content will cover aspects from how these technologies are benefitting science and the challenges and concerns, to the role they may play in the future.
Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning – Highlights
Ding Dong Merrily on AI: The British Neuroscience Association’s Christmas Symposium Explores the Future of Neuroscience and AI
A special Christmas symposium from the British Neuroscience Association (BNA) has reviewed the growing relationship between neuroscience and artificial intelligence (AI) techniques. The online event featured talks from across the UK, which reviewed how AI has changed brain science and the many unrealized applications of what remains a nascent technology.
How Good Conversation Benefits From Data Compression
What is dimensionality reduction, what are autoencoders and what does any of that have to do with good conversation?
The Future of Drug Discovery: AI, Automation and Beyond
In a recent interview with Technology Networks, Pieter Peeters, Leader of High Dimensional Biology and Discovery Data Sciences Group at Janssen Research & Development, discusses the evolution of artificial intelligence (AI), and how it can be used to discover, develop and test new drugs.
Why the Future of Analytical Data Must Consider AI Principles
In this article, Andrew Anderson, VP Innovation & Informatics Strategy at ACD/Labs argues why advances in data science need to be paired with AI data systems and why every future scientist should consider themselves a data scientist.
Using Artificial Intelligence To Detect Melanoma
To find out more about how AI can improve melanoma diagnosis, Technology Networks spoke to Dr. Kiran Motaparthi, director of dermatopathology and clinical associate professor of dermatology at the University of Florida and Julianna Ianni, PhD, vice president of AI R&D, Proscia.
ChatGPT for Proteins Predicts Structure
A new artificial intelligence tool can predict the functions of enzymes based on their amino acid sequences, even when the enzymes are unstudied or poorly understood.
Machine Learning Model Ranks Alzheimer's Risks
Using data from nearly half a million individuals, a machine learning model has been used to rank risk factors in order of how strong their association is with the eventual development of Alzheimer’s disease.
Multiomics Advances: Patient Stratification for Treatment and Response
This article will present two multiomics vignettes. One involves the search for a deeper understanding of food allergies and a potential path forward for treatment. Another will describe the response to bariatric surgery, a growing need as obesity trends upward in many parts of the world.
Sounds Emitted by Plants Are Recorded For the First Time
Global breakthrough: for the first time in the world, researchers at Tel Aviv University recorded and analyzed sounds distinctly emitted by plants.
Brain Signal Analysis Can Categorize Different Types of Depression
A new method of detecting anxious and non-anxious depression using brain signal processing has been developed by biomedical engineers at the University of Surrey.
Optibrium and PostEra Collaborate To Integrate AI Drug Discovery Solutions
Optibrium and PostEra have announced a collaboration to integrate Optibrium’s StarDrop platform with PostEra’s Manifold software.
Antiverse Demonstrates Therapeutic Antibody Identification With Drug Discovery Platform
Antiverse Ltd has announced the successful identification of functional antibody clusters targeting two G-protein-coupled receptors, both displaying versatile binding profiles and nanomolar affinity.
Agilent Inspires at SLAS2023, Highlighting Innovative Automated Workflow Solutions
Agilent Technologies Inc. will highlight a suite of automated laboratory workflow solutions at the SLAS2023 International Conference and Exhibition held February 25 through March 1 in San Diego.
Beckman Coulter Partners With MeMed To Develop a Diagnostic Test To Distinguish Between Bacterial and Viral Infections
Beckman Coulter Diagnostics and MeMed have announced a strategic partnership to jointly develop and commercialize a host immune response diagnostic that is able to distinguish between bacterial and viral infections for use on the Access Family of Immunoassay Analysers.