Recently, the machine learning techniques have been widely adopted in the field of bioinformatics and medical informatics. Generally, the main purpose of machine learning is to develop algorithms that can learn and improve over time and can be utilized for predictions in hindcast and forecast applications. Computational intelligence has been significantly employed to develop optimization and prediction solutions for several bioinformatics and medical informatics techniques in which it utilized various computational methodologies to address complex real-world problems and promises to enable computers to help humans in analyzing large complex data sets. Its approaches have been widely applied in biomedical fields, and there are many applications that use the machine learning, such as genomics, proteomics, systems biology, evolution and text mining, which are also discussed. In this chapter, we provide a comprehensive study of the use of artificial intelligent and machine learning methods in bioinformatics and medical informatics, including AI and its learning processes, machine learning and its applications for health informatics, text mining methods, and many other related topics.
- Artificial intelligence
- Machine learning
- Medical informatics
- Microarray processing
- Systems biology
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Artificial narrow intelligence.
Artificial general intelligence.
Natural language processing.
Artificial intelligence for robotics.
Probabilistic machine learning.
Machine learning data.
automated Machine Learning.
interactive Machine learning.
Microarray deoxyribonucleic acid.
complementary Microarray deoxyribonucleic acid.
messenger ribonucleic acid.
Minimum information about a microarray experiment.
Functional Genomics Data Society.
Support vector machine.
Radial basis function.
Classification and regression tree.
Out of the bag.
Named entity recognition/normalization.
Adaptive resonance theory.
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Jebril,, N.A., Abu Al-Haija,, Q. (2021). Artificial Intelligent and Machine Learning Methods in Bioinformatics and Medical Informatics. In: Alja’am, J., Al-Maadeed, S., Halabi, O. (eds) Emerging Technologies in Biomedical Engineering and Sustainable TeleMedicine. Advances in Science, Technology & Innovation. Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-14647-4_2
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