4th International Nanomedicine & Nanosafety Conference , 2023-05-10

Title : ( The relationship between regenerative nanomedicine and artificial intelligence )

Authors: Fatemeh Naseri ,

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Regenerative nanomedicine is a branch of medicine that focuses on the use of nanotechnology to repair and restore body functions at the molecular and cellular levels. Artificial intelligence, on the other hand, involves the development of computer systems that can perform tasks that normally require human intelligence, such as learning, problem solving, and decision making. This review article examines the intersection of these two fields and examines the potential applications and challenges associated with their combination. This approach involves the design and development of nanoparticles that can target specific cells or tissues in the body and deliver therapeutic agents directly to those areas. One of the key advantages of regenerative nanomedicine is its ability to deliver drugs and other therapeutic agents with high precision and specificity. This means that drugs can be delivered directly to the site of disease or injury, reducing the risk of side effects and improving overall efficacy. In addition, nanoparticles can be engineered to release drugs over a long period of time, which can help ensure a sustained therapeutic effect. The intersection of regenerative nanomedicine and artificial intelligence promises the future of medicine. Information analysis by artificial intelligence can help guide the development of new nanoparticles and optimize their therapeutic effects, as well as be used to develop predictive models of disease progression and therapeutic response. In this way, artificial intelligence systems can be used to analyze patient data and identify factors that may influence treatment response, such as genetic mutations or environmental factors. Finally, artificial intelligence can be used to optimize the design of nanoparticles for specific therapeutic applications. Artificial intelligence systems can analyze the physical and chemical properties of nanoparticles and predict how they interact with biological systems. This could help researchers design nanoparticles that are more effective at targeting specific cells or tissues in the body. Regenerative nanomedicine and artificial intelligence represent two of the most exciting areas of medical research today. By combining these two fields, researchers and clinicians have the potential to develop new treatments that can restore body functions and improve overall health outcomes. As these fields continue to evolve, it is likely that we will see many new advances in the treatment of diseases and injuries.


, Nanomedicine , Artificial intelligence, Regeneration, Nanotechnology
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author = {Naseri, Fatemeh},
title = {The relationship between regenerative nanomedicine and artificial intelligence},
booktitle = {4th International Nanomedicine & Nanosafety Conference},
year = {2023},
location = {شیراز, IRAN},
keywords = {Nanomedicine ;Artificial intelligence;Regeneration;Nanotechnology},


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%T The relationship between regenerative nanomedicine and artificial intelligence
%A Naseri, Fatemeh
%J 4th International Nanomedicine & Nanosafety Conference
%D 2023