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Boosting phage exploration by Artificial Intelligence: what could data science do for your research?

Date:

July 21, 2020 🥳
11:00 AM Eastern Time (GMT-4)
5:00 PM CEST (GMT+2)


Thanks everyone! We had a fantastic turnout, and you can find the recap on Capsid & Tail at https://phage.directory/capsid/phaves-recap-july-2020

This talk is going to showcase an overview of an AI-based platform called PhageAI, which is responsible for genome analysis, and feature extraction from DNA and proteins, which comes with awe-inspiring classification results for lifecycle and taxonomy. By PhageAI's example, we want to prove that AI-driven development is helpful and accurate during the automation of various tasks in the phage domain, which we believe will boost phage therapy in the future.

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R&D Manager, AI Software Engineer , PhD student. PhageAI co-creator, Phages2050 promoter. @ptynecki

Research & Development Manager, Software Engineer (AI), PhD student at Bialystok University of Technology in Poland, PhageAI co-creator and promoter of the Phages2050 movement. Twitter: @ptynecki