MIT’s deep learning found an antibiotic for a germ nothing else could kill

The intersection of science, nature, and technology – the MIT deep learning tools finding antibiotics to kill germs nobody else has been able to quell.

One hundred years ago, the state of the art in finding antibiotics was epitomized by the playful explorations of Alexander Fleming, the Scotsman who discovered penicillin. “I play with microbes,” Fleming is quoted as having said. “It is very pleasant to break the rules and to be able to […]

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So very interesting how much to learn yet just from the basics such as atoms and cells and RNA and DNA clashing with new frontier technology like facial recognition, computer vision, artificial intelligence, cannabis, and more.

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