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Pascal and Oblato separately license therapeutic candidates for glioblastoma multiforme, while Cabaletta emerges from UPenn with novel program for CAAR-T therapies in B-cell mediated autoimmune disease.
Asterias obtains IP estate related to ischemic stroke from University of California. Plus Apeiron, Qualigen, Biovaxys and AbbVie turn to academic partners for early-stage cancer assets.
Artificial intelligence companies focused on the life science sector have boomed in the past decade. Many of these firms are working with pharma partners and a small number are pursuing their own drug development pipelines.
Market Intel: Artificial Intelligence Brings Wave Of Future Health Care Innovation – Embrace it or be Left Behind
Artificial intelligence and machine-learning will be the biggest disrupters in the health care industry, forcing a major shift in how companies innovate and operate, offering physicians unprecedented tools to diagnose and treat patients to improve outcomes and connecting patients like never before through consumer-driven devices. This feature takes a close look at how smaller companies and giants like Abbott, as well as national health care systems, are leveraging the power of AI to expedite innovation and product development in diabetes and other diseases. It highlights some of the latest studies that show how AI is being harnessed to improve imaging analytics, predict hard-to-find risk factors for heart disease and detect cancer, and discusses the critical role tech giants such as IBM, Google and Amazon continue to play in this space.
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