How can AI help uncover new treatments for Parkinsons disease?

Jackie Hunter

It’s been 50 years since the last treatment for Parkinson’s disease has been developed - patients are waiting too long for better treatments. We believe the application of AI holds huge potential to accelerate work towards a research breakthrough in Parkinson’s.

We believe this is possible through combining the extensive knowledge of charities, such as The Cure Parkinson’s Trust, alongside our platform - a machine intelligence technology system built to mine new knowledge. In this video, Dr. Jackie Hunter explores how we can take a different approach to solve highly specific, complex research challenges and why the UK is a fantastic hub to do it.

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