Drug discovery has traditionally been slow.
"I have been doing this for 45 years and I have got three drugs to market," Dr Brown told BBC News.
But AI is proving much faster.
"It has taken several weeks to gather all the data we need and we have even got new information in the last few days, so we are now at a critical mass," Dr Brown said.
"The algorithms ran over Easter and we will have output for the three methods in the next seven days."
Healx hopes to turn that information into a list of drug candidates by May and is already in talks with labs to take those predictions into clinical trials.
For those working in the field of AI drug discovery, there are two options when it comes to coronavirus: