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New COVID-19 Forecasting Model Available on Trinityedge

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Trinity Life Sciences, a leader in global life sciences solutions, introduces the first weekly-updated, forecasting model for drugs and treatments impacted by COVID-19. Trinity COVIDCast is a flexible SEIR (susceptible, exposed, infectious, recovered) model that forecasts COVID-19 case counts and hospitalizations across the United States, EU5, China and Japan. COVIDCast is designed for forecasting or brand planning teams working on COVID-specific drugs, diagnostics and vaccines as well as for teams who are working to forecast the impact on non-COVID drugs due to the virus. Trinity COVIDCast is designed to be flexible in the face of emerging scientific literature, adaptive to the most recent case data and pliable to emerging consensus from public health experts on plausible real-world scenarios. The models can be configured for any new or existing forecast using a combination of Excel and web-enabled toolsets.


20 women doing fascinating work in AI, machine learning and data science

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Gender balance in AI conference line-ups has been noticeably poor. But women in AI exist and their work is multifaceted and extraordinary. Artificial intelligence (AI) is the hot ticket in tech at the moment. Unfortunately, too many events and conferences delving into the subject, and its related disciplines of machine learning (ML) and data science, feature few women – if at all – among their speakers. To prove it doesn't have to be like this, and as a follow-on from International Women's Day, we at Silicon Republic have found 20 terrific women in AI, ML and data science who we think should be turning up in speaker line-ups across the country (and around the world).


20 women doing fascinating work in AI, machine learning and data science

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Gender balance in AI conference line-ups has been noticeably poor. But women in AI exist and their work is multifaceted and extraordinary. Artificial intelligence (AI) is the hot ticket in tech at the moment. Unfortunately, too many events and conferences delving into the subject, and its related disciplines of machine learning (ML) and data science, feature few women – if at all – among their speakers. To prove it doesn't have to be like this, and as a follow-on from International Women's Day, we at Silicon Republic have found 20 terrific women in AI, ML and data science who we think should be turning up in speaker line-ups across the country (and around the world).


Trinity at heart of European conversation about re-use of health data - Trinity News and Events

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Trinity College Dublin and Tallaght University Hospital researchers have coordinated a successful H2020 bid with a value of €4.05 million for a collaborative project involving 23 partners across Europe, linking healthcare data in autoimmune disease. HELICAL: HEalth data LInkage for ClinicAL benefit is a MSCA innovative training network comprising 17 academic and 9 non-academic/industry partners for early stage researchers in the field of Healthcare Data Linkage in the machine learning and GDPR era. HELICAL exploits recent advances in data science to link research datasets with longitudinal healthcare records, based on the robust ethical foundation required for linkage studies using near-patient data, to address key experimental questions. European researchers and patients have made leading contributions to the large genomic, transcriptomic and clinical datasets from patients with chronic autoimmune diseases. Advances in information science provide unprecedented opportunities for using these datasets to elucidate the complex biology of these disorders, its influence by environmental triggers, and to personalise their management.


Emergence of Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

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Of late there have been innumerable technological advancements which have transformed peoples' lives and led to entirely new products and services. In healthcare, technological innovations such mobile apps, wearables, and chatbots have helped people to be in-charge of their health. Today they have become more health savvy. From microscopes in the past to adoption of electronic medical records, technology has driven the success of healthcare in many ways. Though there are many drivers of technology, the emergence of Artificial Intelligence (AI) has led to applications which are now having a profound impact on peoples' lives. With its ability to process data in a speedy fashion, AI is revolutionizing the healthcare sector world over. According to experts, AI will be a key enabler for both the transformation and the disruption of the healthcare ecosystem.