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Combining Deep Learning, Semantics and Domain Expertise to Detect Patterns in Biomedical Text Presentation

Artificial Intelligence

Hear from our CTO James Malone as he discusses “Combining Deep Learning, Semantics and Domain Expertise to Detect Patterns in Biomedical Text” during Pistoia Alliance Collaborative R&D in Action Virtual Conference that explored how innovative science and technology is disrupting and transforming the way R&D is being conducted within Life Sciences.

Hear examples of semantic-based machine learning (ML) that overcome hurdles in gaining information from varied sources with biomedically relevant content. In the process, James makes a compelling argument for the power of SciBite’s approach to combining ML with subject matter expertise.

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