University of Cambridge

3 Posts

Animated flowcharts show how the ProtCNN AI model classifies proteins.
University of Cambridge

Protein Families Deciphered: Machine Learning Categorizes Proteins Based on Their Functions

Convolutional neural networks separate proteins into functional families without considering their shapes.
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Investorbots: Too Good to Be True?
University of Cambridge

Investorbots: Too Good to Be True?

Machine learning models aren’t likely to replace human stock-market analysts any time soon, a new study concluded.What’s new: Wojtek Buczynski at University of Cambridge and colleagues at Cambridge and Oxford Brookes University
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To Flow or Not to Flow
University of Cambridge

To Flow or Not to Flow

Networked software is often built using a service-oriented architecture, but networked machine learning applications may be easier to manage using a different programming style.
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