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A/Prof Vafaee’s Biomedical AI Laboratory is developing AI-driven drug discovery and development tools that have the potential to revolutionize the pharmaceutical landscape. One such tool, AlgoraeOS, is focused on improving the process of finding and approving new drugs by supporting targeted approaches to drug repositioning. By exploring the application of existing drugs for new therapeutic uses, AlgoraeOS aims to make the trials process faster and more cost-effective.

The use of AI in drug discovery and development has the potential to significantly accelerate the development process. These algorithms can enhance the analysis of clinical data, biological data, molecular structures, and genetic information, leading to a faster identification of drug targets with greater precision and efficiency. Furthermore, AI can streamline pre-clinical and clinical study design, reducing the time and cost associated with drug development.

Traditionally, the pre-clinical stage of drug discovery can be lengthy and expensive, taking up to 6 years and costing billions of dollars. However, with AI tools like AlgoraeOS, researchers are able to expedite the development process by repositioning drugs, identifying drug interactions, assessing toxicity, and predicting novel drug targets. This not only guides researchers towards more promising avenues of investigation but also does so at a lower cost. Overall, A/Prof Vafaee’s team is leveraging advanced AI models to develop innovative solutions for complex challenges in the field of pharmaceuticals.

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