Assuming, may it happen, that AI & nanotech can help people develop therapies that work faster, the next roadblocks will be the FDA & the health insurance companies (aka paying for them to be supplied).
Medicine and technology are moving at a faster pace which will only continue. This make the FDA approval process antiquated creating years of needless delays.
Super excited about AI and automated research. Matt Kaeberlein’s company Ora is doing something extra cool by automating actual lab screens of massive amounts of interventions using tiny dishes with c.elegans worms. https://orabiomedical.com/science/
Yes. Love the wormbot.
Intriguing tweet from Ora CEO:
And they’ve literally just started! Imaging once they really start cranking
Except for those 1-2 animals that didn’t respond well to treatment and died early.
This goes to show how unique our biologies are and that one solution is not good for everyone. Just hope you are in the 98%.