The complexity of interrelated biological systems is staggering...
...Oculair seeks to bring together the power of large, proprietary datasets, AI and the widest possible selection of image-based tools and expertise to unpick this complexity and to enable researchers, using statistics and AI, to evaluate and better understand these complex biological systems.
RAIR Knowledge Graph
The Oculair™ Biomedical Knowledge System uses proprietary data, expertise and state-of-the-art AI to discover, interact and draw insight from a vast store of structured and unstructured life science knowledge.
At the heart of Oculair™ lies a proprietary data graph comprising over 1.4m entities and 10's of millions of relationships. This data graph semantically connects scientific (genomic, drug and protein systems), real world (phenotypic and image data) and other contextualising (environmental, social etc.) data sets in order to abstract relationships between seemingly unrelated pieces of information.
Our aim is to provide a powerful multi-omic, big-data tool that can be used to find hidden relationships between widely disparate data which might form the basis for new products, better processes/pathways and improved patient outcomes.
RAIR Feature Store
RAIR’s feature store is the interface between AI models and data. Features are derivatives of the raw data extracted from clinical records and can be used to train machine learning models.
RAIR's fully-managed feature store helps researchers to discover, name, organize, store and share sets of features among teams of developers and data scientists. This enables us to use existing features from a central store and drive both standardisation and reuse of features across teams and models.
Together the data lake and feature store provide greater leverage of our data; feature standardisation across different AI model runs in the AI model life cycle; and driving efficiency in model engineering.
What can Oculair™ do for you? Please check out our website or fact sheet or get in touch with us today so that we can set up a demo.
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