Sabina Lee

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Sabina Lee is a senior consultant for W Medical Strategy Group, a healthcare consulting firm that uses deep industry expertise to help a wide range of global healthcare companies achieve their mission. She has more than two decades of leading communications strategy and business development in academia, startups and government. An editorial board member for the World Asian Medical Journal (WAMJ) since 2019, she served as editor-in-chief for the New York Health Forum magazine.

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Democratizing Early Drug Discovery through Artificial Intelligence: Interview with Syntekabio CEO Jongsun Jung

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Democratizing Early Drug Discovery through Artificial Intelligence:  Interview with Syntekabio CEO Jongsun Jung

Before the age of modern drug discovery, the pharmaceutical industry had been plagued with uncertainty and processing challenges, including the timescales, length, complexity and cost of drug discovery. So, what is transforming the biopharma industry and the future of our humanity? The answer lies in two words: artificial intelligence (AI).

Once an obscure concept when the term was coined in 1956, AI has become ubiquitous in 2023. It’s been widely adopted to perceive, synthesize and infer information, retool processes, and restructure products. From Alexa to facial recognition, AI and machine learning are part of everyday life from here to Timbuktu. It is also central to driving three major factors most critical for companies: the ability to cut expenses, develop faster, and grow efficiently in less time.

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