“Coronavirus hack” with a smart tool that is allegedly “able to...

Researchers have used a new artificial intelligence (AI) tool that can stop coronavirus mutants before they appear, in a significant breakthrough, they say.

A team of scientists in Oxford has made great progress in artificial intelligence research, as it oversaw the creation of a tool that can combat virus mutants before they appear.

Currently, coronavirus deaths can be avoided through the use of more effective vaccines. Most vaccine antigens rely on a single pathogen component – the skeletal protein of SARS-CoV-2, for example. But this limits its effectiveness and ability to deal with new strains.

Now, biotech startup Baseimmune has developed an algorithm-based system capable of creating antigens containing all parts of a pathogen.

And the BBC Science Focus article discovered that “the AI ​​tool may help develop global vaccines capable of combating viral variants before they appear.” It could help researchers develop the next generation of universal vaccines that protect against future variants capable of developing into many major diseases.

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“Our prediction algorithm addresses all of these challenges, speeds up the process of creating vaccines that are as good as possible and will withstand whatever variables may come in the future,” said Philip Kimlow, co-founder and software engineer at Baseimmune.

The Baseimmune vaccine design algorithm relies on genomic, epidemiological, immunological, clinical, and evolutionary data to create blueprints for antigens capable of responding to a particular pathogen in its current form, as well as potential variants that may arise in the future.

And in January 2020, just as the pandemic began to take over the world, Baseimmune fed a small amount of existing data about SARS-CoV-2 into its algorithm.

The researchers say this then correctly predicted key variables such as alpha and delta that would not appear for another year.

The team recently secured £3.5 million in funding in an investment round led by Hoxton Ventures, including the Creators Fund for early adopters. They plan to use the money to help create future global vaccines for several major diseases, including Covid and malaria.

“I grew up in Brazil and saw the impact of infectious diseases as my aunt lived her whole life with the devastating effects of polio, a vaccine-preventable disease,” said co-founder Ariane Gomez. “The Covid pandemic reminded us that infectious diseases don’t go anywhere, so we We urgently need to develop the next generation of vaccines to help protect us all.”

Source: Express

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