I have been writing a lot in the past 12 months and most of it has not appeared on this blog. My output on the blog is reduced as a result but this is normal. Writing is tiring.
About 18 months ago I left my second start-up Fosanis, slightly burnt-out and paradoxically highly-motivated.
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Over the past two weeks I have presented two future-casts. The first involves the ubiquitous appearance of AGI inside of ten years. The second concerns the tipping-point appearance of a Virtual Patient for drug development. This week is the third and final installment of the deep-tech incubation game.
I think we will have an Excel for Data Science within the next 3-5 years.
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Last week I published an article about Artificial General Intelligence. This week I want to follow-up with my second of three attempts to predict the future. As I said, last week, this was part of a game which is commonly played in incubators when trying to draw insights from deep-tech founders. This week I want to talk about the Virtual Patient for drug development
I founded my first company over three years ago. We made no secret of our interest in using in-silico methods to build a Virtual Patient for drug development. We didn’t succeed that time but our lack of success had little to do with either technical issues or a lack of a commercialisation option, it was entirely our own fault.
The Virtual Patient
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