Loading Events

« All Events

  • This event has passed.

Special talk by Mr. Sarath Kolli on “Automation of therapeutics design in the era of Artificial Intelligence”

February 21 @ 11:00 am - 12:00 pm

Speaker: Mr. Sarath Kolli, CEO of Boltzmann Labs

Title: Automation of therapeutics design in the era of Artificial Intelligence


Automation of the therapeutic design process through the integration of AI has drastically improved the efficiency and effectiveness of pharmaceutical research. With the power to assess large amounts of data within a short timeframe, AI algorithms can detect patterns, recognize target proteins and design potential treatments – all of which can be achieved much faster than human scientists can manage. This has resulted in the creation of groundbreaking drugs which have revolutionized the way that diseases are tackled. The speed of AI algorithms is one of the major benefits that has been gained from automating therapeutic design.

AI algorithms are capable of rapidly processing massive data sets and accurately pinpointing target proteins and designing potential medications. This allows scientists to save time and money. Furthermore, these AI tools can be used to refine the production process of these pharmaceuticals, making them more efficient. Additionally, AI algorithms can assess vast amounts of data and make predictive conclusions with a higher degree of accuracy compared to manual methods. This has significantly raised the success rate of clinical trials, which has been a long-standing difficulty in the pharmaceutical sector.

The emergence of AI in the pharmaceutical industry has meant a shift in the way treatments are discovered. By using AI algorithms to analyze data from various sources, such as genomics, proteomics, and pharmacology, new targets for drugs have been identified, which has resulted in new treatments for previously incurable diseases. As AI technology advances, even more, breakthroughs can be expected in the future, providing much-needed hope to those in need.


February 21
11:00 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:


CES Classroom
CES Classroom, 3rd Floor, Biological Science Building + Google Map