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Life in 2030, Episode 2, Clip One: Ken Mulvany, Founder, BenevolentAI

Kenneth Mulvany

Developing a drug takes a long time and costs a lot of money. AI can help speed it up.

Upon selling his previous biotechnology startup Ken Mulvany’s assets included a number of drugs across various stages of development.

“We had a pipeline of a couple of phase two assets, a couple of phase one assets, and maybe four or five pre-clinical assets. It took me a lot of time and money to get them to this stage. A decade.”

Fast forward to his current business, BenevolentAI, and within just 18 months his pipeline has the same number of assets as his previous business took to achieve in a decade. Thanks to AI.

Convinced of the impact of AI on healthcare yet?

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