Cerella™– Introduction Presented by Matt Segall. See how Cerella™ can accelerate your discovery work by: Proactively highlighting valuable compounds by ‘filling’ in as-yet unmeasured data Revealing hidden opportunities caused by missing, inaccurate or uncertain...
Large Scale Imputation of Drug Discovery Data using Deep Learning Held on 26 May 2020. This webinar was presented by Ben Irwin and Matthew Segall (Optibrium), Tom Whitehead (Intellegens) and Scott Rowland (Takeda Pharmaceutical). We presented a case study in which...
Practical Applications of Deep Learning to Imputation of Drug Discovery Data Video Held on 28 April 2020. This webinar was presented by our guest Julian Levell (Constellation Pharmaceuticals) and Ben Irwin (Optibrium). We discussed limitations of pharmaceutical data...
Using Deep Learning to Impute Protein Activity Held on 7 February 2019. In this webinar, presented by Matt Segall (Optibrium) and Tom Whitehead (Intellegens), you can learn more about Alchemite™, a novel deep learning algorithm. Unlike many deep learning methods, this...
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