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April 6, 2020 Issue

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April 6, 2020 Cover

Volume 98, Issue 13

Artificial intelligence is helping us find novel, useful molecules. For the field to really take off, though, these tools will need to be accessible to the wider chemistry community

Cover image:This tree diagram depicts all 1.87 million compounds in the ChEMBL database.

Credit: Jean-Louis Reymond

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Computational Chemistry

Exploring chemical space: Can AI take us where no human has gone before?

Artificial intelligence is helping us find novel, useful molecules. For the field to really take off, though, these tools will need to be accessible to the wider chemistry community

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