Harvard and University of Oxford researchers are using artificial intelligence to predict threatening new variants of COVID-19 and other viruses. The reason they are doing this is to help them create vaccines much more quickly.
The researchers developed a generative AI model that’s trained on historical viral sequences to predict ways in which the COVID-19 virus could mutate. They then added structural details about the virus, like regions most easily targeted by the immune system. To test its predictive power, the researchers drew on the trove of data about COVID-19 from the pandemic, and how the stealthy virus kept evolving, according to a report by Axios.
This is all about creating more “vaccines” to inject into the human cattle.
Viral diseases involve a complex interplay between immune detection in the host and viral evasion, often leading to the evolution of viral antigenic proteins. Antibody escape mutations affect viral reinfection rates and the duration of vaccine efficacy. Therefore, anticipating viral variants that avoid immune detection with sufficient lead time is key to developing optimal vaccines and therapeutics. –Nature
“You can use these generative models to learn amazing things from evolutionary information — the data have hidden secrets that you can reveal,” senior author Debora Marks, an associate professor of systems biology at Harvard Medical School, said in a statement. “We underestimate the ability of things to mutate when they’re under pressure and have a large population in which to do so,” Marks said. “Viruses are flexible — it’s almost like they’ve evolved to evolve.”
The rulers are still trying to convince the public that the coronavirus is “deadly” and they need a shot for it. No one was afraid of the common cold until the ruling class used mass hysteria, propaganda, and lies to convince them to be.