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Design and Development of an Artificial Intelligence Chip for Nano-drug Delivery System in Treating Lung Cancer

Manjunathan Alagarsamy, Nirmala Devi Krishnasamy, Karthikram Anbalagan, Natchiammai Palaniaapan, Ranjith Subramanian and Dinesh Paramathi Mani


Cancer has become one of the world’s deadly diseases all around the globe. In this manuscript, it has been described with the methodology of generating the cancer signals virtually by designing and formulating a model mathematically and the way of processing the tumor signals deeply through radiotherapy, chemotherapy, bio-immunotherapy, and target therapy by the enhancements of artificial intelligent (AI) algorithms and the strategy of designing and developing AI chip nano-drug delivery technological model for the diagnosis of lung cancer. The main purpose of this manuscript is to modify the rules and regulations which has been adapted in the strait-forward manner in prevailing the guidelines of the treatment regarding the single fitting of doses and drugs into a dignified personalized and precise treatments of cancer with an enhanced AI technology. It is believed that based on this proposed idea as well as the strategy that has been induced by the state of art techniques taken for this study, it could be prolonged and improvise the life of cancer patients with good health and live without the fear of such dangerous disease. It is also determined on predicting the cancer cells with maximum precision and diagnosis and treatment will be carried out on a timely basis immediately after clear estimation of the disease. In future, based on the AI chip system developed in terms of nano-drug technology, cancers could be treated as chronic disorders and ready diagnosis with treatment will be most common in all medical centers.

Published on: October 12, 2023
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2023-s3-064
Citation: Alagarsamy M, Krishnasamy ND, Anbalagan K, Palaniaapan N, Subramanian R, et al. 2023. Design and Development of an Artificial Intelligence Chip for Nano-drug Delivery System in Treating Lung Cancer. NanoWorld J 9(S3): S360-S364.

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