How are we changing clinical trials?

How are we changing clinical trials?

How are we changing clinical trials?

Blog

Unlearn’s First Ever Webinar Series, Powering Clinical Research with AI, is available On-Demand

This year, Unlearn launched our first-ever, 3 part webinar series, Powering Clinical Research with AI.
Podcasts

Finding Genius Podcast: AI in Healthcare: Artificial Intelligence is the Way to Advance into the Next Era of Medical Technology

Publications

Modeling Disease Progression in Mild Cognitive Impairment and Alzheimer's Disease with Digital Twins

Podcasts

Bloomberg Businessweek Podcast: Using AI Digital Twins for Drug Testing

Dr. Charles Fisher, CEO of Unlearn AI, discusses creating digital clones by using artificial intelligence for use in clinical drug trials.
Here, we have demonstrated that a particular type of generative model (i.e., CRBMs) can be used to accurately model disease progression for patients with MCI or AD.
AI in healthcare may sound like science fiction, but thanks to Charles Fisher, Ph.D., and his company, Unlearn.ai, it is now quickly becoming a reality.

The Bio Report Podcast: Using AI Created Digital Twins to Accelerate Clinical Trials

Saving Minds Podcast #27: Using Artificial Intelligence to speed Alzheimer’s studie‪s‬

White Papers

AI Driven Approaches to Trial Design Innovation

Enabling Faster, More Efficient Trials with Digital Twins
Press

Digital Twin Advances Poised to Expand Clinical Trial Reach

Blog

What is a Digital Twin?

Blog

Transforming Clinical Trials with Intelligent Control Arms

Digital twins can be used to populate an intelligent control arm, a type of external control arm with a variety of applications.
Let’s go through an aerospace example to illustrate what is required to make a digital twin, how it’s created, and how it’s used.
Digital twins enable faster recruitment with higher powered, individualized trials [capable of generating] additional data from the same or fewer number of patients.

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