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Is AI just a buzzword?

Or can we use artificial intelligence to truly drive life sciences research forward? And if so, how can life sciences companies adopt AI effectively, and strategically, to truly extract deeper insights from complex biomedical data?

Dive into these questions with Liesbeth Ceelen, CEO of BioLizard, in the first episode of Data Bytes by BioLizard.

 
 

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Is AI just a buzzword?

It's indeed a buzzword, but if you give it a meaning and if you explain to a client what it means, indeed it it can do a lot. 

Where to start? How can life science companies adopt AI effectively?

Please consider using AI. don't be afraid, explore it. I think that's the first step.

It's very important to talk to experts in the field and expert companies that know what AI is and how you can adopt it. Everything starts with understanding what you really want to achieve with using AI, you shouldn't adopt AI just because it's AI.

So: first understand what do you want to get out of it, and then make a plan. And for this, it's very important to understand what you already have in place.

Do you have a good data management system in place? Do you have a good infrastructure in place? Are you sure that all your data is captured in the right way? Only when that is in place can you start doing data analytics: using the data, and learning from the data.

Customization is key. Your data and your research goals are unique - so your data analysis solutions should be, too.

There is indeed a lot out there, and some platforms may be interesting for specific companies, but many will not be a fit. So it's very important to customize what is out there to your needs.

We have over 80 clients, and every client is different. So it's very important to understand the environment of the client, understand the questions that they want to solve and then come up with a solution. We strongly believe in a tailor-made solution for every client.

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