STEM NEWS: Artificial Intelligence Developed a Cancer Treatment
Scientists in Canada say Artificial Intelligence has just developed a brand-new treatment for cancer. Researchers at the University of Toronto used something called Pharma AI.
These scientists uploaded protein structures to the platform and found a use for one of them – binding to a form of liver cancer. It still has to be tested, but it’s incredible how AI created the potential drug in just 30 days, which could have taken researchers years to do.
The future of biotech and medicine advancements will be based on STEM innovation, and we should always look for new and innovative methods beyond current solutions. Advancements like these are why the curriculum on our Collab-Lab addresses social-emotional development while bolstering positive child outcomes through STEAM activities.
Our Centers of Excellence use a 21st-century learning framework grounded in a comprehensive research-based curriculum that stresses STEM learning. Getting our future workforce to start thinking, imagining, and solving these critical issues is imperative to developing cures.
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