EPISODE 10: Artificial Intelligence and Life Sciences: The Dawning of a Digital Revolution in Pharma Manufacturing
Dr. Loubna Bouarfa, CEO of OKRA.ai, and Stephan Rosenberger, Lonza's Head of Digital Transformation, discuss how AI is currently transforming the pharma industry.
Machine learning is an essential subset of the vast field of Artificial Intelligence, in which computer programs aim to mimic human intelligence. Machine learning is at work in many of the algorithms that impact our daily lives, from suggesting new songs we might like to targeting ads. These algorithms learn from large data sets similarly to how a child learns during the early stages of development. As the algorithm matures from child to teenager to adult, it refines its own functioning by learning from its errors and through help from humans, much like we do.
This powerful way of programming is making tsunamis across nearly all industries. It notably transforms the pharmaceutical world from drug discovery to production and even sales. Whether it is creating AI brains for companies to build digital workers to help their human employees or streamlining the factory with ultra-reliable predictive maintenance, the machine learning and artificial intelligence revolution is well underway.
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Listen to the conversation between A View On host Martina Hestericová and two world specialists about the present and future applications of AI and Machine Learning in the pharmaceutical industry.