Isabelle Bichindaritz on Artificial Intelligence Models

( — January 26, 2016) Huntington Beach, CA — Isabelle Bichindaritz recently highlighted the benefits of distributed artificial intelligence models in the field of bioinformatics. Used primarily for knowledge discovery and information analysis, these models could pave the way for the most significant developments in healthcare and medicine over the next several years. Bichindaritz has had an extensive career in biology, medicine, and academics, with research work that encompasses a wide variety of fields. Currently an assistant professor at State University of New York in Oswego, Bichindaritz is focused primarily on research into intelligent learning systems as they pertain to biology and medicine. Her work in this area deals specifically with case-based reasoning and data mining, and the biomedical applications of artificial intelligence. Bichindaritz was formerly an assistant professor at the University of Washington, Institute of Technology, Computing and Software Systems, where she was head of the Laboratory of Informatics and Artificial Intelligence. She earned…

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