In Mathematical biosciences and engineering : MBE
Drug discovery and the development of safe and effective therapeutics is an intricate procedure, further complicated in the context of cancer research by the inherent heterogeneity and complexity of the disease. To address the difficulties of identifying, validating, and pursuing a promising drug target, artificial intelligence (AI) technologies including machine learning (ML) have been adopted at all stages throughout the drug development pipeline. Various methods are widely employed to efficiently process and learn from experimental data sets, with agent-based models garnering thorough interest due to their ability to model individual cell populations with aberrant phenotypes. The predictive power of artificial intelligence modelling techniques founded in comprehensive datasets and automated decision-making generates an obvious avenue of interest for application in the drug discovery pipeline.
Adams Rachael C, Rashidieh Behnam
** artificial intelligence , cancer modeling , deep learning , drug discovery , machine learning **