Artificial Intelligence (AI) is going to fight cancer

September 17, 2021 | 1 minutes read

Artificial Intelligence (AI) will be utilized for the development of treatment to cure cancer.

The pharmaceutical firm GSK in partnership with King’s College London will use Artificial Intelligence (AI) to create personalized treatments for cancer as reported by Guardian. This collaboration involves the GSK’s 10 artificial intelligence experts working with the 10 oncology specialists from King’s College London.

The team will monitor the dynamic biomarkers that can pose resistance to cancer treatment such as molecules present in the blood,  tissues that have  symptoms  of the disease, or other body fluids. The research partnership is based upon the novel machine learning model that combines the multimodal data, genetic and molecular traits, location of the tumor, images, and biomarker blood tests. The team will also utilize the 3D model of a patient’s disease to study how the tumor cells of patients undergoing treatment will interact with the immune cells.

Dr. Kim Branson, the global head of AI and Machine learning  at GSK said this partnership can use the UK’s most powerful supercomputers, made by Nvidia, the US-based firm.

Artificial Intelligence (AI)  in healthcare is doing remarkable things like detecting dementia with the help of a single brain scan. Other than this AI in healthcare has multiple uses like it is extensively being used in surgery and in patient’s care etc.