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SciBite’s James Malone Talks Future of Biocuration on Conference Panel

Posted on April 15th, 2021 by in AI & Data

Biocurators are among the unsung heroes of the life sciences world, performing the essential task of translating and integrating biomedical information into interoperable databases. Of course, there is a lot more to it than that, as attendees of the International Society for Biocuration’s 14th Annual Biocuration Conference already know.

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Bringing Scalability Into Chemistry Modeling

Posted on November 18th, 2020 by in Chemistry

Synthetic chemistry has been with us for centuries, but it is now entering a new frontier. Big data, AI and machine learning are unlocking a predictive power that is transforming the conceptualization and optimization of synthetic routes.

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Extracting Relevant Chemical Information from Patents with Machine Learning

Posted on October 5th, 2020 by in Chemistry

New chemical compounds and reactions are often introduced to the world – and with little fanfare – through patents. It may be years after the patent has been filed before these compounds are published in scholarly journals, and even then it is only a small share of them that are published at all. As a result, it can be easy for these compounds to remain unknown to researchers who may be very interested in them.

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Webinar: Using machine learning to identify adverse events from scientific literature

Posted on February 5th, 2020 by in Pharmacovigilance

The “vigilance” aspect of the pharmacovigilance process can be very challenging. Always being on guard and knowing all of the places to look can be difficult. In a sea of information, it can even seem like a nearly impossible task to maintain awareness of all adverse events (AE). That is why there has been a lot of buzz around technologies that can help automate parts of the pharmacovigilance process.

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