Artificial intelligence revolutionizes study of deadly viruses

09/3/2013 |

Scientists are using lessons from the study of artificial intelligence to help understand how viruses trigger immune responses, and their work could advance vaccine development as well as pinpoint the most dangerous influenza strains before they become the next pandemic. The genetic material of thousands of viruses can be compared, generating information on changes that could allow the contagions to jump to humans.

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