EVQLV, Inc., an artificial intelligence-enabled technology company accelerating biologics discovery, announced today a collaboration with Twist Bioscience Corporation (NASDAQ: TWST), a company enabling customers to succeed through its offering of high-quality synthetic DNA using its silicon platform, to discover novel antibody-based therapies.
EVQLV’s CEO, Andrew Satz, joined Kerrin Black of the Talent Finders Podcast to discuss his entrepreneurial journey, some of the challenges facing AI for drug discovery, his legacy and much more.
Our CEO was recently asked how far away is fully computational drug discovery and development. This isn’t an easy question to answer and Andrew doesn’t provide an exact date. However, he does provide interesting insight into the progress we’ve made and the challenges ahead.
EVQLV CEO, Andrew Satz, explains that while speed is important, it can also be dangerous, and is certainly not the only reason we’ve chosen a computational approach to drug discovery.
Andrew Satz, CEO of EVQLV, explains how our technology works, with specific attention to our progress on COVID-19.
EVQLV uses artificial intelligence (AI) to discover and optimize novel biologics. Our algorithm uses an evolutionary approach with applied external pressures to generate candidates. There’s a lot more to it, but we thought you might enjoy a taste of our “secret sauce.”
Our co-founder and CEO, Andrew Satz, recently gave a talk to data science students at the Flatiron School. One of the questions he covered was the difference between In Silico, In Vivo and In Vitro.
BioIDEA and EVQLV are hosting a panel discussion and Q&A on the role of emerging technologies in the fight against COVID-19.
Our CEO, Andrew Satz, has spent the last 15 years working remotely — making him a veritable expert on the skill. He was recently a guest on the Gaper podcast where he shared three methods you can quickly implement to help you adjust to remote work.
EVQLV is excited to announce we took first place in Columbia Engineering’s Venture Competition (CVC). We would like to give a special thanks to all fellow companies, the wonderful judges, and of course, Columbia Engineering.