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Tag: Artificial intelligence

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Cardiologists, epidemiologists, and other researchers publishing in Aging have discovered that epigenetic aging and brain scans can be combined to accurately predict cognitive decline. Two entirely different measurements The ongoing CARDIA study was started in 1985 to monitor coronary artery risk development in young adults (who are no longer young). This large cohort has been...
The robot eye of AI
A group of scientists has created a neural network that identifies senescent cells by their morphology and can be used for senolytic drug screening [1]. Image recognition is a showcase triumph of artificial intelligence. While this problem was considered extremely hard to crack in previous decades, algorithms have now exceeded human abilities in multiple cases....
CGI of protein structures
Alphabet's subsidiary DeepMind has all but solved the problem of predicting a protein’s shape from its amino acid sequence. DeepMind’s program AlphaFold reached close to 90% average accuracy, which is comparable to experimental structural analysis. Proteins: life's multitool Proteins are the primary tool with which organisms do stuff. They are indispensable for most biological processes....
Live Longer with AI book
Artificial intelligence is the next big thing in medicine, or, using Silicon Valley's jargon, the next big disruptor. Not a thing of the future, AI is already here, changing our lives, and soon our healthcare, beyond recognition. Given how rapidly AI is invading the field of longevity research, it was only a matter of time...
Interview with Hanadie Yousef
At the recent Longevity Therapeutics Conference in San Francisco, we had the chance to interview Hanadie Yousef, the co-founder and CEO of Juvena Therapeutics. Juvena is isolating proteins from embryonic stem cells that promote tissue regrowth. Can you describe in more detail Juvena's approach to developing protein therapeutics that promote tissue regeneration in the elderly?...
AI drug discovery
Insilico Medicine has achieved a world first by successfully designing, synthesizing, and validating a new drug from the ground up and taking just 46 days to do so. It achieved this impressive feat using AI. This is the first time that AI has been used to successfully create a new drug, and it took record...