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Immerse Yourself in Data

Computer science technologies help scientists identify unknowns, interpret their data and visualize and interact with the results in virtual space.

11 / 01 / 2020 | Dayanjan Wijesinghe

Even with modern, highly sensitive instruments, there are a lot of unknowns in biomedical research. Dayanjan Wijesinghe explains how machine learning and other methods can help researchers optimize data in a way that leads to better clarity and insight. The techniques discussed are applied to a clinically relevant data set on a journey to identify diagnostic molecules and therapeutic requirements for precision medicine.

“Well, the challenge is, even though we have really great instruments—very sensitive instruments—we still have a lot of unknowns.”

Dayanjan Wijesinghe
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