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Digital Transformation Essentials Part 2: AI readiness, what do you need to know?

June 5, 2024
8:00 AM PDT | 11:00 PM EDT | 4:00 PM BST

Digital Maturity Webinar Series
Session 3

Move closer to the goal of a lab of the future

The excitement surrounding AI/ML in the BioPharmaceutical industry is not without reason – from identifying novel drug targets and optimizing molecule design to develop more successful lead candidates, to improving manufacturing yield, to adjusting clinical trial design for more successful uptake, the potential is limitless. But often overlooked is the potential of AI/ML within clinical development, and how process and product data capture tools can offer more opportunities to refine and reduce product development timelines.

In our earlier webinar, we shared the concepts digital transformation leaders need to manage implicitly as part of their digital transformation strategies. In this session, we examine the practical steps BioPharma organizations should take in order to instill AI/ML in their processes, the relationship between data completeness, data quality and AI/ML, and how the right tools can be leveraged to move organizations closer to their goal of a lab of the future.

Key learnings from this session:

  • The practical steps organizations should take to reap the value of AI
  • Data completeness, and data quality – their relationship with AI
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Meet our speaker

Dr. Craig Williamson

Lead Platform Product Manager, Integrations Strategy, IDBS

Craig is an organic chemist by training and has enjoyed a prior career in research & development creating novel drug candidates and developing formulations to combat Alzheimer’s disease.

In his current role as a Platform Product Owner at IDBS, Craig is responsible for ensuring that the IDBS platform provides a powerful and comprehensive suite of programming interfaces to enable our diverse community of customers and partners to easily connect their IDBS products to the other assets in their R&D workflows.

Craig is also responsible for IDBS’ out-of-box integrations to common informatics systems including Chromatography Data Systems (CDS) & Scientific Data Management Systems (SDMS).

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