Tag Archives: generative AI

Single-cell multi-omics using generative AI

Generative pre-trained models are becoming more common by the day, and such methods have now been applied to single cell sequencing, and multi-omits in general. Two main players are “scBERT” and “scGPT”: scGPT: Towards Building a Foundation Model for Single-Cell Multi-omics Using Generative AIHaotian Cui, Chloe Wang, Hassaan Maan, Bo Wang – Nature Methods doi: 10.1038/s41592-024-02201-0 CODE: https://github.com/bowang-lab/scGPT scBERT as a large-scale pretrained deep language… Read More »

Generative AI in Jupyter lab

Yesterday I mentioned 2 options to add a generative AI to the command-line (AI chat models at the command line) one of which is useful (gorilla_cli) while the other is more informative on how to implement a Large Language Model (LLM) on a computer. Both are free options. Yesterday I also discovered this Blog: Generative… Read More »