Advanced Materials 2019 from 10-11 July 2019
The International Centre, Telford, UK
CAMBRIDGE, UK, 4 July, 2019
Machine learning and artificial intelligence (AI) are transforming all aspects of daily life, but how can we use this powerful technology to search for new materials that will transform industries? The answer to this question will be addressed at The Advanced Materials Show 2019 by Dr. Gareth Conduit, Chief Technology Officer at Intellegens - the Cambridge-based company with a unique artificial intelligence solution for the materials sector.
Taking part in The Advanced Materials Show 2019 Conference, Dr. Conduit will explain how deep learning algorithms can help organisations drive more value from their experimental data. Using real life examples, Dr. Conduit will demonstrate how existing data can be merged with computer simulations and information available in the public domain, to drastically cut the amount of time and money needed to develop new materials.
As a case study, Dr. Conduit will look at how AI played a part in the design of a nanoscale material for thermometry, which resulted in a new material that has target properties that are two orders of magnitude greater than any commercially available alternative.
Commenting, Dr. Conduit said: “Worldwide there are millions of materials available commercially that are characterised by hundreds of different properties. Using traditional techniques to explore the information we know about these materials, to come up with new substances, substrates and systems, is a painstaking process that can take months if not years. Learning the underlying correlations in existing materials data, to estimate missing properties, our Alchemite™ AI engine can quickly, efficiently and accurately propose new materials with target properties – speeding up the development process. The potential for this technology in the advanced materials sector is huge.”
Intellegens’ Alchemite engine is designed to work with sparse or noisy data and is capable of learning from datasets as little as 0.05% complete. The Alchemite algorithm has proven commercial applications in materials design and can create trained models that can be used for predictions, error detection and parameter optimisation (design).
Intellegens is a spin-out from the University of Cambridge that has developed a unique Artificial Intelligence (AI) toolset for training neural networks from sparse or noisy data.
The technique, developed at the Cavendish Laboratory in the Department of Physics, has been encapsulated in Intellegens first commercial product Alchemite where it is solving problems in drug discovery, advanced materials, patient analytics and predictive maintenance.
Intellegens provides a combination of consultancy and software to understand and solve these high value data analysis bottlenecks where traditional deep learning approaches do not work.