Saturday, 14 February 2015

"Robot scientist" Eve to save time and money in drug development

Modern pharmaceuticals are a wonder of our age, but they also take years to develop at incredible cost. To shorten development time and increase economy, scientists at the Universities of Cambridge and Manchester have built Eve, an artificially-intelligent "robot scientist" that is not only faster and cheaper than its human counterparts, but has already identified a compound that could be used to fight malaria... Continue Reading "Robot scientist" Eve to save time and money in drug development

Section: Robotics

Tags: Artificial Intelligence, Biotechnology, Drugs, Manchester, Robots, University of Cambridge

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