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30th June - 1st July 2020
AI in life sciences offers exciting potential for the prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and perhaps even cure for disease. The layperson will benefit from AI in the form of wearables and increased control over their personalized health. Custom, targeted treatment plans are easier to draw up with AI, as no patient data falls through the cracks. AI is also the future of discovery regarding the intricacies of the human body and the diseases it’s prone to. The ability for AI to process vast amounts of data faster than a team of data scientists and doctors means that human talent can be funneled into the invention of new pharmaceuticals and therapies at a lower cost and shorter time-to-market than ever before.
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