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How can we best incorporate recycled feedstock into our material? Can we make plastics more sustainable? How do we modify processes to comply with regulations protecting the environment or human health? These are common challenges for scientists and engineers. They must use all available data to respond, optimising materials and processes, while minimising costly trial-and-error experiments. But this data is often sparse or noisy, limiting the value of conventional data analysis or machine learning methods. In this webinar, we will show how Alchemite™ deep learning software solves these problems, with examples of metals, formulated products, and a feature demonstration based on polymers.
Date: 5th May 2021
Time: 4-5 pm (UK time) // 11 am – 12 noon (US Eastern)
We have published a new white paper
An 80 percent reduction in experimental effort. $10m saved in R&D costs. Getting a product to market six months earlier. These are all potential benefits of Machine Learning (ML) technologies. But these benefits are often not realised, either because of constraints imposed by the available data or because of implementation challenges. In this white paper, we introduce Alchemite™ deep learning, discuss how it solves these problems, and provide examples of its success in chemicals, materials, formulated products, drugs, manufacturing problems, and beyond.
Alchemite™ Focus Group
Intellegens is to hold its first Alchemite™ Focus Group, an invitation-only interactive discussion session for Alchemite™ users and others who are running or considering machine learning projects. Get together with Intellegens experts and your peers to exchange ideas and experience and to help identify priorities for Alchemite™ developments that will meet the needs of the user community.
Intellegens features in tech awards and global market report
The work of the Intellegens team has been rewarded with two pieces of industry recognition. The company was highly commended in the Startup of the Year section at the Cambridge Independent Science and Technology awards, for its innovative solutions in machine learning. Also, a global industry report covering emerging solutions for federated learning identified Intellegens, alongside major names such as Microsoft, Google, and IBM, as a key player in this emerging market.
Watch the recording of our recent webinar!
Complex problem-solving using sparse and noisy data in chemicals, materials, and beyond
An introduction to the Alchemite™ technology and its use in solving complex high-dimensional problems using sparse, noisy data.
New Alchemite™ Analytics feature increases interactivity
A new feature in Alchemite™ Analytics increases interactivity when optimising parameters or in Design of Experiments. Importance sliders allow the user to instantly modify the weightings for their targets during the optimisation process.
We are hiring
We are looking for a Dev-ops and Implementation Engineer. Learn more about the roles here.