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December 12, 2022 - Artificial Intelligence

AI Trends for 2023 - Bioinformatics

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From improving genomic sequencing to discovering new drug formulations, AI plays a key role in advancing biomedical research. In particular, the field of bioinformatics, which involves the collection and interpretation of biological data using software tools, is undergoing a period of rapid transformation and growth due to innovative uses of AI. Recent AI-related developments in bioinformatics include the determination of 3D shapes of proteins, the identification of disease-specific biomarkers, and the modification of existing drugs to create COVID-19 therapeutics. This upward trend will continue throughout 2023 and beyond as AI is increasingly adopted by major biomedical research groups and biotech companies. 

This post is a part of a series on trends in the artificial intelligence space for 2023, authored by MoFo lawyers.