FOXO Technologies Inc. (NYSEAM: FOXO), a leader in the field of commercializing epigenetic biomarker technology, has advanced in its mission to utilize the power of epigenetics and artificial intelligence to generate data-driven insights that promote optimal health and longevity. In collaboration with DataRobot, the leader in Value-Driven AI, FOXO has successfully harnessed the powers of predictive AI and high-throughput automation to estimate factors associated with human longevity using epigenetic biomarkers.
Epigenetic biomarkers provide valuable insights into the relationships among health, aging, and human longevity. These biomarkers are developed by leveraging DNA methylation microarray technology, which covers over 860,000 sites on the human genome. By automating the training and evaluation of thousands of models, FOXO is spearheading the commercialization of these revolutionary epigenetic biomarkers, paving the way for advancements in personalized wellness and disease prevention.
FOXO's partnership with DataRobot has proven instrumental in its efforts to propel this research forward. By leveraging DataRobot's powerful AI platform, FOXO can efficiently analyze vast amounts of complex data, significantly expediting the identification of key biomarkers. FOXO believes the integration of AI and machine learning will enable FOXO to remain at the forefront of epigenetic research, ensuring unparalleled speed and computational capacity for their clients.
Nichole Rigby, Director of Bioinformatics and Data Science at FOXO Technologies, emphasized the significance of their collaboration with DataRobot: “This partnership has been transformative for our research. DataRobot's library of advanced algorithms and extensive automation capabilities have empowered us to rapidly transform DNA methylation data into useful insights, enabling us to develop and deploy software products quickly.”
“We believe that with the ability to analyze data at scale, FOXO can uncover critical patterns and associations that hold the potential to reshape healthcare and wellness strategies,” stated CEO of FOXO Technologies, Tyler Danielson. “Our mission is to enhance human health and longevity through innovative technologies. Collaborating with DataRobot has given us the tools to accelerate our efforts, providing crucial insights into the aging process and ultimately enabling us to improve the quality of life for people worldwide.”
About FOXO Technologies Inc. (“FOXO”)
FOXO Technologies is a pioneering biotechnology company at the forefront of commercializing epigenetic biomarker technology. Their mission is to utilize the power of epigenetics and artificial intelligence to generate data-driven insights that promote optimal health and longevity outcomes for individuals and organizations alike.
DataRobot is the leader in Value-Driven AI, a unique and collaborative approach to generative and predictive AI that combines an open platform, deep expertise and broad use-case experience to improve how organizations run, grow and optimize their business. The DataRobot AI Platform is the only complete AI lifecycle platform that interoperates with an organization’s existing investments in data, applications and business processes, and can be deployed on any cloud environment. Global organizations, including 40% of the Fortune 50, rely on DataRobot to drive greater impact and value from AI. Learn more at datarobot.com and follow us on LinkedIn and X (@DataRobot).
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Matthew Hausch, Cody Slach
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