AI reads Medical Literature "variant2literature" | Taiwan AILabs
The importance of AI Before the existence of medical AI systems, medical professionals and genome researchers found themselves limited by the extensive amount of time and money required to compensate professionals for their work in genomic standardization, analysis, and comparing gene variants and symptoms. To add on, full genomic analysis is difficult to achieve due to the human genome being composed of over twenty thousand individual gene sequences. AI applies to many areas of genomic analysis, such as gene-assisted diagnosis, human genome annotation, and quantification of the level of correlation between a gene variant and diseases. There's still a long way to go before we understand all of the over twenty thousand human genes' purposes and mechanisms and predict how gene variants affect them, but AI can assist in establishing correlation matrices and prediction models, except in cases such as genetically transmitted diseases, drug reactions and cancerous genes, where data is