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Insilicos Gets $900K NIGMS Grant to Develop ‘Ensemble Learning’ Tools
 
Insilicos has received a $900,000 grant from the National Institute of General Medical Sciences to further develop its “Ensemble Learning” statistical modeling technology.
 
Ensemble Learning uses a committee of statistical models to make a more accurate prediction than can be achieved with a single model and is particularly well-suited to large data sets of biomedical research, the company said.
 

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