Life Sciences

AI applications in biotech include drug target identification, drug screening, image screening, and predictive modeling. AI is also being used to comb through the scientific literature and manage clinical trial data.


AI In Healthcare Services

Healthcare data comes from myriad sources: hospitals, doctors, patients, caregivers, and research. The challenge is putting all the data together in a compatible format and using it to develop better healthcare networks and protocols. This is where machine learning comes in. AI technologies to serve the biotech industry are being developed by several companies. Their services are rapidly becoming indispensable as older methods like classical statistical analysis or manual image scanning reach their practical limits. The main purpose of our machine learning applications specific to medicine and pharmacotherapy is to make data accessible and usable for improving prevention, diagnosis, and treatment as a matter of course. Pioneers in medicine and pharma machine learning are already addressing some key areas


Life Sciences

Artificial Intelligence (AI) technologies have been transforming businesses in the financial services sector across the globe for quite some time now and the adoption of AI in financial services is likely to further go up in the upcoming years.

Radiotherapy and Radiology

The biggest challenge in medicine is correct diagnosis and identification of diseases, which makes it priority one in machine learning development.

Electronic Health Records

The biggest obstacle to seamless electronic health records is the lack of synchronicity between the medical profession and the companies that develop (EHR)

Clinical Trials

One is by using advanced predictive analytics on a wide range of data to identify candidates for clinical trials for target populations much more quickly.

Drug Discovery and Manufacture

One of the first in this field is precision medicine, which makes identification of complex diseases and possible treatment modalities more efficient.

Personalized Medicine

Currently, the focus is on supervised learning where doctors can use genetic information and symptoms to narrow down diagnostic or make an educated guess about a patient’s risk.

Diagnosis and Disease Identification

The biggest challenge in medicine is correct diagnosis and identification of diseases, which makes it priority one.


Life Sciences Applications

The industry is turning to Artificial Intelligence technologies to help yield healthier Financial, control cost, Fraud Trading, and Risk conditions, organize data for customers, help with the workload, and improve a wide range of Financial-related tasks in the entire customer relation management system.


Brain Tumors detected

Tumors can be detected by the swelling and anatomical distortion they cause, or by surrounding edema. CT scanning of the head is also used in CT-guided stereotactic surgery and radiosurgery for treatment of intracranial tumors, arteriovenous malformations, and other surgically treatable conditions using a device known as the N-localizer.


Malaria Detection

The natural malaria involves cyclical infection of humans and female Anopheles mosquitoes. The parasites grow and multiply first in the liver cells and then in the red cells of the blood.Malaria parasites can be identified by examining under the microscope a drop of the patient's blood, spread out as a “blood smear” on a microscope slide


Drug Discovery

Drug discovery is the process through which potential new medicines are identified. It involves a wide range of scientific disciplines, including biology, chemistry and pharmacology.drug discovery is the process by which new candidate medications are discovered. Historically, Drugs were discovered by identifying the active.


Covid-19 Clinical Trials

Covid-19 Clinical Trials Data Report The following are ongoing and completed COVID-19 studies listed on the World Health Organization's International Clinical Trials Registry Platform (WHO ICTRP). Information in the WHO ICTRP comes from clinical trial databases maintained by other countries or regions of the world. COVID-19 studies.