PharmAI – Industry Is Smartening Up To Potential Of Artificial Intelligence
Exploring Pharma Deal-Making For AI And Machine Learning Technologies
AstraZeneca’s pact with the UK-based artificial intelligence leader BenevolentAI, in April 2019, is one component in a string of recent deals that have highlighted big pharma’s desire to embed AI and machine learning within the R&D process. In total, 13 such collaborations have been tracked in the past 24 months, according to the Strategic Transactions database.
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INFOGRAPHIC: major alliance deals focused on artificial intelligence and machine learning, signed by pharmaceutical companies over the past two years.