CHICAGO (GenomeWeb) – To the world, Google may talk about artificial intelligence with the best of 'em, but internally, the internet giant shies away from that term, particularly in life sciences and medicine.

Nevertheless, the company continues to make progress in applying the technology to these markets, with DNA sequencing analysis being a particularly ideal application, Allen Day, a science advocate at Google, said at the recent Intelligent Systems for Molecular Biology European-Conference on Computational Biology (ISMB/ECCB) conference in Prague.

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