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    AI: Large Language Models in molecular biology
    Submitted by J.W. Bizzaro; posted on Friday, June 09, 2023

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    This article will provide an overview of some recent breakthroughs of deep learning-based language models in molecular biology. We will discuss how these advances will converge with the direct training of LLMs on large-scale biomolecular and population health data in the coming years and propel the field forward. Given that LLMs and deep learning are familiar to a broader audience than is molecular biology, we begin with a brief overview of LLMs, continue with a more detailed introduction to molecular biology, then proceed to describe a few recent LLM advances in molecular biology, and finally glance at the future.
    https://towardsdatascience.com/large-language-models-in-molecular-biology-9eb6b65d8a30

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