Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning are everywhere; intelligent internet and content searches that adapt to user preferences, automated personal assistants like Alexa and Siri, and
customer care channels such as web chat. Machine learning is a subset of AI, where algorithms don’t just make clever connections and spot trends in masses of data, they also become increasingly
refined and efficient at this. Siniša Belina at Amplexor Life Sciences discusses how this can work for us in many ways, from accelerating scientific breakthrough and spotting previously elusive
patterns in unwieldy global data masses, to enabling greater drug personalisation.