A Landscape of Artificial Intelligence (AI) In Pharmaceutical R&D

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Rasim Shah

Contributor Biopharma Insights

Rasim has dedicated his career of 17 years to pharma and healthcare. He is currently a Director at OKRA Technologies - a leading artificial intelligence (AI) company for life sciences.

He is leading the implementation of AI systems in healthcare, supporting the life sciences industry in bringing the right drug to the right patient at speed. He is passionate about the correct adoption of AI in Europe, and is working with key stakeholders across pharma on crucial drivers of AI, such as evidence, explainability, trust, and ethics.

Himself a patient suffering from a chronic illness for more than 30 years, Rasim is passionate about taking AI out of the labs to help patients in the real world and removing the ‘project mentality’ that exists within life sciences.

     

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