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Reprogramming the Human Genome With Artificial Intelligence - Brendan Frey - NIPS 2017

Brendan Frey of Deep Genomics delivers the keynote Why AI Will Make it Possible to Reprogram the Human Genome at NIPS 2017. December 5th, 2017.

Reprogramming the Human Genome: Why AI is Needed - Brendan Frey #reworkDL

Brendan Frey on his work in artificial intelligence and deep learning. Reprogramming the Human Genome: Why AI is Needed We have figured out how to write ...

Not What but Why: Machine Learning for Understanding Genomics | Barbara Engelhardt | TEDxBoston

Machine learning and artificial intelligence are changing the nature of biological research, especially genomics. Artificial intelligence applications are opening ...

Anshul Kundaje: Machine learning to decode the genome

The future of personalized medicine is inevitably connected to the future of artificial intelligence, says Anshul Kundaje, assistant professor of genetics and of ...

An AI Approach to Malware Similarity Analysis: Mapping the Malware Genome With a Deep Neural Network

by Konstantin Berlin In recent years, cyber defenders protecting enterprise networks have started incorporating malware code sharing identification tools into ...

Big data, AI, the genome, and everything (sponsored by Microsoft) Vijay Narayanan (Microsoft)

The secret of life lies in our DNA. From Mendel to discovering the double helix structure of the DNA to decoding Chromosone 22 to the completion of the Human ...

MIA: Umut Eser, Fiddle: integrative deep learning framework for genomics; Alex Wiltschko, Auto diff

October 26, 2016 MIA Meeting: Umut Eser Churchman Lab Harvard ..

Google's Deep Mind Explained! - Self Learning A.I.

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CogX 2018 - AI and Genomics: Modelling Human Disease Progression Using Machine Learning

CogX 2018 - AI and Genomics: Modelling Human Disease Progression Using Machine Learning Dr Christopher Yau, University of Birmingham ...

Deep Learning Frameworks for Regulatory Genomics and Epigenomics

Anshul Kundaje, Stanford University Regulatory Genomics and Epigenomics