In SLAS technology
The inverse relationship between the cost of drug development and the successful integration of drugs into the market has resulted in the need for innovative solutions to overcome this burgeoning problem. This problem could be attributed to several factors, including the premature termination of clinical trials, regulatory factors, or decisions made in the earlier drug development processes. The introduction of artificial intelligence (AI) to accelerate and assist drug development has resulted in cheaper and more efficient processes, ultimately improving the success rates of clinical trials. This review aims to showcase and compare the different applications of AI technology that aid automation and improve success in drug development, particularly in novel drug target identification and design, drug repositioning, biomarker identification, and effective patient stratification, through exploration of different disease landscapes. In addition, it will also highlight how these technologies are translated into the clinic. This paradigm shift will lead to even greater advancements in the integration of AI in automating processes within drug development and discovery, enabling the probability and reality of attaining future precision and personalized medicine.
Rashid Masturah Bte Mohd Abdul
artificial intelligence, drug development, drug discovery, industry