Google’s Antiaging company Calico will use Computational Biology and Machine Learning

Calico, a company focused on aging research and therapeutics, today announced that Daphne Koller, Ph.D., is joining the company as Chief Computing Officer. In this newly created position, Dr. Koller will lead the company’s computational biology efforts. She will build a team focused on developing powerful computational and machine learning tools for analyzing biological and medical data sets. She and her team will work closely with the biological scientists at Calico to design experiments and construct data sets that could provide a deeper understanding into the science of longevity and support the development of new interventions to extend healthy lifespan.Calico will try to use machine learning to understand the complex biological processes involved in aging.Large scale mouse aging genetics studyJackson Laboratory (JAX), a nonprofit biomedical research institution, and Calico, a…


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