Contribution of AI to a Coronavirus vaccine
Biomedical research of vaccines against COVID-19 was already being tested in humans in March. Three months after the initial outbreak was identified in China, many of those owed their rapid start to the power of Artificial intelligence (AI).
The feat is a promising and remarkable step in more than 200 years of immunization history. The experience may revolutionize the way vaccines are developed, potentially saving countless lives in future epidemics.
According to the World Health Organization (WHO), 34 vaccine candidates were being tested in humans as of early September. Another 145 candidates were
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