Dr. J. James Frost expands the discussion of intelligence as applied to cancer; computation and its limits and develops a new approach to advanced personalized oncology where elucidation of the patient's intrinsic cancer computational machine and its gameplay strategies, coupled to recent developments in AI human gameplay, including bluffing and deception, can lead to vastly improved strategies for the oncologist to defeat the patient's cancer.
"Is there a parallel to be drawn between bluffing in poker and bluffing in cancer’s game with the oncologist?"
Dr. J. James Frost a retired Johns Hopkins University Professor said, "The grim plight of cancer continues to endure in the face of legions of targeted drugs, reams of cancer gene data, and multitudes of physicists and mathematicians on the attack."
In this Cancer Matters podcast, Dr Bill Nelson speaks with Dr J James Frost about his recent paper, 'Cancer's Intelligence,' on how the disease plots its growth in the body to overcome our efforts to stop it
Dr. Frost assesses both artificial intelligence algorithms for human game play, and whether they might be used to aid the oncologist
Cancer’s Intelligence | Signposts and recommendations for new cancer research
"The grim plight of cancer continues to endure in the face of legions of targeted drugs, reams of cancer gene data, and multitudes of physicists and mathematicians on the attack."