In a report put out by Citizens for Alternatives to Animal Research and Experimentation (CAARE), researchers at Johns Hopkins University show that computers can predict the safety of chemicals better than animal testing, and at a much lower cost. The software program is called REACHAcross™  and it uses big data and Artificial Intelligence to analyze tens of thousands of chemicals to evaluate how they might react in the human body.

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