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The Francis Crick Institute and DeepMind join forces to apply machine learning to biology

DeepMind will establish a research lab at the Crick, applying machine learning and artificial intelligence techniques to advance understanding of biology, including protein design and genomics.
26 Jul 2022
Written by Katherine Denyer
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