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    March 26, 2024

    Recorded Webinar: Trends & Better Practices for the Use of Gen AI & LLMs


    Unlocking Potential Hits with an Advanced Deep Learning Methodology Hosted by 20/15 Visioneers


    CDD took part in the "Trends & Better Practices for the Use of Gen AI & LLMs Round Table," an event hosted by 20/15 Visioneers. This virtual event provided a unique chance to engage with leading thinkers and Key Opinion Leaders (KOLs) in the realm of artificial intelligence. Attendees gained insights from these experts as they explored practical strategies and the latest developments in AI and Large Language Models (LLMs).

    Susana Tomasio shared her expertise on leveraging AI for identifying similar chemical structures, optimizing drug discovery processes, and the practical applications of these technologies in current research environments.

    Key Highlights:

    Advanced Deep Learning Methodology: CDD Vault's new model enhances the drug discovery process by improving similarity searches within a vast database of synthesized compounds. 

    Molecular Similarity:  Susana illustrated how CDD Vault's deep learning model offers a more accurate and efficient method for finding these molecular matches.

    Future Directions: Looking ahead, CDD Vault plans to introduce features that could predict the activity or properties of compounds, potentially revolutionizing how drugs are discovered and developed.

    You can also view the full roundtable here with many more guest speakers.

    Tag(s): CDD Blog , Webinars

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