Microsoft Research Genomics Group Scientist Examining Machine Learning Theory As HIV Vaccine Strategy

Washington Post: Microsoft Research scientist David Heckerman on how we could attack HIV like spam
“…[A]ccording to a machine learning expert, HIV’s mutation-happy defense mechanism also could point to its eventual downfall. David Heckerman, distinguished scientist and senior director of the Genomics Group at Microsoft Research, is combining his expertise in computer science with his background as a medical doctor to apply machine learning to the creation of an AIDS vaccine…” (Kim, 3/4).

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