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The biotechnology industry has advanced significantly due to artificial intelligence and other computerized tools.
FREMONT, CA: Biotechnology companies and various health organizations worldwide maintain massive databases. Drug manufacturing, chemical analysis of multiple compounds, RNA and DNA sequencing, enzyme studies, and other similar biological processes require the strong support of computerized tools and applications to increase efficiency and reduce manual errors.
Today, the world is confronted with an unprecedented public health crisis in the form of a Coronavirus pandemic. Economies are collapsing, countries are being placed on lockdown, and all hope is being placed in the biotechnology industry to develop a safe, effective vaccine in the shortest amount of time possible. Artificial intelligence is critical in biotechnology and related applications for managing biological processes, increasing drug production, managing supply chains, and overlooking the industry's data pool.
Increased and improved predictability for both structured and unstructured data enables businesses to plan their operations more efficiently and effectively, resulting in increased productivity and a faster pace of work.
The following are some significant AI trends that will reshape the biotechnology industry.
Advancing Innovations: From the Laboratory to the Market
The demand for drugs, industrial chemicals, food-grade chemicals, and other biochemistry-related raw materials has increased over the last decade. Artificial intelligence in biotechnology is critical for accelerating drug discovery and development (right to the point where it reaches the market). AI-based tools and apps help develop molecule structures based on target markets.
It uses machine learning to calculate permutations and combinations of various chemicals to find the best variety without manual experimentation in the lab. Predictive analysis can forecast market demand for a particular drug or chemical using artificial intelligence in biotechnology. AI in biotech can also help manage the intelligent distribution of raw materials required by the biotechnology industry.
Open-Source Artificial Intelligence Platforms: Accelerate Data Analysis
Scientists around the world are researching AI programs that can automate data maintenance and analysis. Using open-source AI programs such as CRISPR libraries and H2O.ai frees lab assistants from repetitive data entry and analysis tasks. Other critical informatics tasks are also systematically analyzed to produce more accurate and timely results. Removing manual functions from healthcare providers and scientists can focus on innovation-driven processes enabled by biotechnology AI.
Expanding Agricultural Biotechnology's Boundaries: Improving Quality and Quantity
Biotechnology is crucial in the development of more and better crops. AI-based tools are required to study crop features, note and compare qualities, and forecast plausible yield. Aside from these tools, the agricultural biotechnology industry uses robotics for packaging, harvesting, and other essential tasks. By combining weather forecasts, farmland data, and the availability of seeds, manure, and pesticides, AI in biotech helps plan future patterns in material movement.
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