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Combining deep learning and semantics to detect patterns in biomedical text [Webinar]

Artificial Intelligence

Hear from our CTO 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, he makes a compelling argument for the power of SciBite’s approach to combining ML with subject matter expertise.

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