AI model that can cure even the biggest diseases

Sristi Singh By Sristi Singh - Content Writer
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AI model that can cure even the biggest diseases Certainly, the advancement of AI heralds a pivotal juncture in the annals of scientific exploration. With breakthroughs in understanding the intricate workings of life molecules within human physiology, AI emerges as an indispensable ally in the quest for novel pharmaceutical interventions. Its predictive capabilities empower researchers to discern potential therapeutic avenues, offering hope for the treatment of previously deemed incurable afflictions. Moreover, AI’s prowess extends to the realm of drug safety evaluation, enabling the identification of compounds with unforeseen adverse effects. In essence, AI transcends its erstwhile role as a facilitator of mundane tasks, assuming a transformative role in the preservation and enhancement of human well-being.

The program, called AlphaFold 3, could help supercharge the hunt for new drugs and treatments for some of humanity’s most devastating diseases, such as cancer, Parkinson’s, malaria, tuberculosis, and many more, according to its creators Google DeepMind.

AlphaFold 3 is able to envision how the complex shapes and networks of molecules – present in every cell in the human body – are connected and how the smallest of changes in these can affect biological functions that can lead to diseases. It can also help scientists predict how these molecules will interact with potential treatments, such as antibodies and drugs.

Sir Demis Hassabis, founder and chief executive of London-based DeepMind, said the program gives researchers a “toolset”, that can “increase the speed of the drug discovery process massively” and “transform our understanding of the biological world”.

Alpha Fold 3 is able to generate its joint 3D structure when provided with a list of molecules The team said AlphaFold 3, which powers its free tool known as AlphaFold Server, is 50% more accurate than the best traditional methods available and can produce predictions within seconds that would normally take months or years to do.

Dhavanthi Hariharan, product manager at DeepMind, said the AlphaFold Server is “a one-stop solution to generate lots of biological molecules by clicking a few buttons”.It is also claimed that this tool is one of the most accurate tools right now in recent world scenarios 

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I'm Sristi Singh, an expert in computer technology and AI. Adhering to Google's E-A-T policy, I ensure authoritative content. As a Computer Science Engineer with a journalism degree, I excel in conveying complex tech trends in an engaging manner. My dedication reflects in bridging the gap between intricate technology and my audience.
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