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Re: [Cleveland-AI-ML-support-group] Meeting tomorrow

From: Joe
Sent on: Friday, February 3, 2012 4:46 PM
 I'll bet that person movement tracking system would be useful in a hospital to help analyze and reduce the spread of pathogens. There are so many new potential uses for AI/ML coming about.

 Tomorrow I'll give a short presentation on programmable bioinformatics using the BioBike platform. BioBike is unique, in that it attempts and largely succeeds in being powerfully useful to both the none programmer and programmer Bioinformatics analyst. The none programmer can access Bioinformatics tools on an already setup unified platform, and store and manipulate the resulting data with diagrams. You can manipulate/program data with either code or diagrams.

 I attended an Explorys event in Cleveland on Wednesday. Explorys looks like a future Google of Bio data. There are big things happening with Bio data in the Cleveland area. Imo Biobike is the most powerful molecular Bioinformatics analysis platform, and also the most future oriented.

 On the last page of the below pdf, is a comparison of English language, Perl code and Biobike code for a Bioinformatics problem. It shows how the Biobike code is a closer, shorter and more understandable match to the English language statement of the problem. Biobike Lisp code is written like this: (+ 2 2) means 2 + 2 and returns 4. (* 3 (+ 2 2)) means 3 X (2 + 2) and returns 12.

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Joe



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