Artificial intelligence (AI) will change the way we make chemistry and materials and make it faster, by better targeting experiments that we run in the laboratory. This will allow to increase the return on investment of chemistry and materials R&D.
But developing AI software requires completely different skills than doing chemistry/materials research.
This is why we want to help chemistry and materials researchers use this technology, by launching ChemIntelligence, a company which provides:
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