How Darwin meets AI in a Scottish study doing battle with the superbugs

  03 February 2020

Bacteria become resistant to drugs through overuse and underuse, and health chiefs are trying to cut Scotland’s reliance on antibiotics, which amounted to nearly 45 million doses
last year.

A new study by Stirling and Robert Gordon universities shows how computers can design a bespoke course of medication to eliminate an infection with precision, even as the threat changes in real time.

 

Further reading: The Times
Author(s): Mark Howarth
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