August 15, 2023
CMU Computer Science News: Researchers led by C3.ai DTI COVID-19 P.I. Ziv Bar-Joseph of the School of Computer Science at Carnegie Mellon University have developed a method that uses artificial intelligence to augment how cells are studied and could help scientists better understand and eventually treat disease, ranging from how immune cells fight cancer to the cellular impact of drugs and aging.
“The ability to use the most recent advances in AI to aid the study of the human body opens the door to several downstream applications of spatial transcriptomics to improve human health,” said Bar-Joseph, CMU’s FORE Systems Professor of Machine Learning and Computational Biology.
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