Causal Inference for Aging

Understanding Calico's recent paper

Causal Inference has many researchers excited about the prospect of automated causal reasoning. This kind of reasoning is the backbone of scientific research and legal processes.

Calico, the aging research arm of Alphabet, recently released a new paper, Time-resolved genome-scale profiling reveals a causal expression network. in it, they describe a framework, CANDID (Causal Attribution Networks Driven by Induction Dynamics), for predicting transcriptional regulators that can be validated experimentally


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@article{mcateer2019causalaging,
  title   = "Causal Inference for Aging",
  author  = "McAteer, Matthew",
  journal = "matthewmcateer.me",
  year    = "2019",
  url     = "https://matthewmcateer.me/blog/causal-inference-for-aging/"
}

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