Bioz, Using Machine Learning to Optimize Biology, Launches With M

The evolution of technology, from natural language processing to machine learning, is now helping the software world find more places to interact with biology. A company launched today in Palo Alto, CA, that has plans to build a “life science search engine” that may be able to speed up the process of drug discovery and life sciences research. Called Bioz, the startup closed $3 million in seed funding from 5AM Ventures to begin offering its software-as-a-service system. The software, which uses machine learning, sifts through millions of pages of scientific papers to select products, help plan experiments, and perform other research-related functions, with the goal of improving the process of developing treatments for disease. Bioz, founded by CEO Daniel Levitt and Stanford research scientist Karin Lachmi, says it will help…


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