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Research Area | Artificial Intelligence and Digital Medicines for Novel Clinical Care for Patients

In our published research findings we describe validation of novel machine learning architectures, with automated learning and predictions gleaned from the past experimental successes and failures of therapies for designing faster, safer, and more efficacious digital therapeutics. This work has a significant impact on the ethical and regulatory decisions facing patients and their families, biotech, and the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and EMA. Phase 3 clinical outcome trials evaluating new drugs, therapies, and vaccines are among the most complex experiments performed in medicine. Around 50% of Phase 3 trials fail. The US FDA states that a common theme is the difficulty of predicting clinical results in a wide patient base, even with the backing of solid data. More importantly, the barriers to this cost healthcare industries, government, and academic research hospitals millions of dollars each year, as well as drive up costs, delay life-saving treatments to patients, and in some cases lead to adverse events. The crucial obstacle is a limited knowledge of the key parameters that need to be considered… View full description

In our published research findings we describe validation of novel machine learning architectures, with automated learning and predictions gleaned from the past experimental successes and failures of therapies for designing faster, safer, and more efficacious digital therapeutics. This work has a significant impact on the ethical and regulatory decisions facing patients and their families, biotech, and the United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and EMA. Phase 3 clinical outcome trials evaluating new drugs, therapies, and vaccines are among the most complex experiments performed in medicine. Around 50% of Phase 3 trials fail. The US FDA states that a common theme is the difficulty of predicting clinical results in a wide patient base, even with the backing of solid data. More importantly, the barriers to this cost healthcare industries, government, and academic research hospitals millions of dollars each year, as well as drive up costs, delay life-saving treatments to patients, and in some cases lead to adverse events. The crucial obstacle is a limited knowledge of the key parameters that need to be considered in order to test candidate therapies, eliminate adverse events, and improve patient health and wellbeing while managing diseases.