Folding proteins really fast

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This seems like big news... [mention]CrazyCraftLady[/mention]? https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-55133972
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Nature is reporting (okay, this is BBC saying Nature has it) a new AI process for predicting protein structures, so now we're getting things a lot faster.

My guess is that we'll still be "Folding at Home" for a while, but it sounds pretty promising. @CrazyCraftLady?
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