Challenges for Intelligent Systems in Biology

  title={Challenges for Intelligent Systems in Biology},
  author={Russ B. Altman and Alfonso Valencia and Satoru Miyano and Shoba Ranganathan},
  journal={IEEE Intelligent Systems},
how living systems perform difficult tasks routinely (ranging from molecular phenomena such as protein-folding to organism-level phenomena such as cognition). The definition of intelligent systems in biology can lead to hours of debate. Some—the lumpers—say that all high-performance systems that do something difficult with (or to) biological data should be considered intelligent systems. Others—the splitters—insist that the term " intelligent system " should be reserved for systems using the… CONTINUE READING
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