Alright ladies and gentlemen. Let’s get into this stuff properly. We’re talking about an important and meaningful topic today. We’ve got something that’s true. Really hits home. Let’s dive into it.
You’ve got this quote. Michael J. Fox said, “Family is not an important thing. It’s everything.” I mean goddamn, some real truth right there. I’m telling you. And I’ll tell you what. I feel the same way. Technology, baby! That’s where I come in. I’m a technology professional. And I’ve been thinking. You know how stuff like artificial intelligence and generative AI/large language models can change the game, makes life better, and literally saves lives. That’s something that you can’t forget, my friends. It’s a big, powerful, and noble moment in the world of tech.
AI is the perfect fit for life sciences. Absolutely perfect. Uh huh. Let me tell you why. First of all, chronic disease is a massive, massive problem, dude. Insane. I mean CDC saying 90% of the nation’s $4.1 trillion spent in annual healthcare expenditures are for people with chronic and mental health conditions. Woah. That is some heavy stuff man.
But how do you get in there and solve it you know? Well, you need to know more about the human genome. Life sciences right? That’s their job. And that is not easy, not easy at all. I mean the human genome, or DNA, is 99.9% identical across people. But, here’s the kicker guys, that 0.1% variation is so huge. It’s real complexity right there.
Decoding this stuff isn’t easy, but it’s so important. You gotta do it. Cause with these differences, these variations are the ones determining who gets what diseases. So, understanding and decoding this complex human DNA is key. And guess who’s doing it? That’s right. AI. It does it like nobody else. It’s faster, more accurate, and works with these massive and tough data sets.
We talked about AI. But let’s get into the generative AI. Let’s take a deep dive here.
Let’s think about TGen. Good old TGen. They’re in the game. They know about this precision medicine stuff. They’ve been seeing the power of high-performance computing, speed, analytics, and AI. In 2005, it took six years to sequence the full human genome. Now? It’s like 24 hours my friends. And that same sequence can be completed so fast? That is huge progress.
Speed and intelligence together, using that with different data sets and on different cases, helps them to translate lab discoveries into better patient treatments in a big way.
But wait, there’s more.
Drug discovery. We’re talking about some real dollars spent here. The medical literature? Tons of it. Imagine using AI to analyze all that. Boom.
Now think about personalizing medicine. It can make a difference in big ways and can save lives. No doubt.
Medical imaging and diagnoses? Especially with chronic diseases, this matters. Early detection and accurate diagnoses matter. AI, it’s a game-changer guys.
Now we gotta get the right kind of storage infrastructure, my friends. That’s not easy either. Many organizations today have data storage systems and they were not built to handle AI. So, it slows us down. We gotta do better.
But man, I’m telling you, I think about my family and my future. And I know this has real potential for our well-being. It’s personal. And it’s powerful.
Look, if you’re interested, Dell has something planned. Check out their 30-minute online event about AI. It’s big.
Get into unstructured data storage solutions my friends. A game-changer.
You know you want to know about this AI tech. Well, no fear because Intel has some healthcare and life sciences AI solutions you need to check out.
And here’s some proof. Check these links out to get more info.
That’s all I got for you. Peace.