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Taking Artificial Intelligence (2014 selected field) and Bioinformatics, this year's selected field for the Future Time Dimension, one step further to provide tools researchers can use to help them store, manipulate study and analyze biologica data.

 

"By 1977 a method for sequencing DNA was discovered and bioinformatics began to come into its own. The Smith-Waterman algorithm for sequence alignment was published in 1981 and in that same year an impressive 579 human genes were fully mapped using the principles of bioinformatics.

Artificial intelligence involves the use of complex computer algorithms that are capable of not only storing and sorting data, but also helping with analysis and extrapolation.

 

As bioinformatics and artificial intelligence applications advance, the future of both fields remains bright. What path they will take next in unlocking the mysteries of the body is unknown, but it is clear that researchers believe collaboration in both arenas is crucial for future advancement."

Read the Government Health IT article