All our podcasts are recorded and edited for clarity and to make for a more focused package aimed at the average listener. Every once in a while we end up with material that we think might interest those with a deeper interest in the science and this is one of those occasions.
A few days ago, we posted an interview with Quaid Morris
about deep learning and how it can be applied to the current pandemic. Deep learning and artificial intelligence are at the top of the science agenda in many areas of science right now, and the life sciences have been taking full advantage of what the new technology has to offer.
Freelance Broadcaster Don Hill ended up digging into what the future might hold for artificial intelligence and we decided to post the ‘left over’ part of the discussion for the bioinformatics specialists among you.
Quaid Morris is a member of Toronto’s Vector Institute
and a professor of Systems and Computational Biology at the Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York which is where he was when he spoke with us.
If you want more information on some part of the discussion here are some links to help you along: