Artificial intelligence could have a solution to antibiotic resistance

Team Orange Health

15 Aug 2022

Generative AI models are working faster than humans for finding drugs that bacteria have not yet encountered. Even as our populations face an antibiotics-resistance crisis, this development as reported in the recent studies published in Nature Biomedical Engineering, 2021, could turn out to be path breaking for the human race. Numbers show that resistant pathogens could be killing 10 million people annually by 2050, as mentioned in a 2019 UN report. This artificial intelligence and quantum computing using generative models could be a cutting edge scientific breakthrough in an effort to save lives.


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