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‘Small data’ – white paper and recorded webinar
This month’s webinar on what to do when you want to apply machine learning to problems where you have little data was very popular. Not only can you watch a recording, but Intellegens CTO, Dr Gareth Conduit, has put together a short white paper on this topic that you can download from our website.
New look for latest Alchemite™ release
We continually update the Alchemite™ deep learning software, making new features available to customers every couple of weeks. For example, we’ve just improved the user interface layout. Not only does it look attractive, but the reorganisation creates more useful space for data exploration and analysis. The latest release also includes the ability to define data points as categories when creating models, running predictions, or inspecting data. This makes it easier to model many real experimental situations. And batch predict can now be used with big datasets, allowing for many more predictions to be run at once.
Updated Additive Manufacturing package
Following on from last month’s wins at the Additive Manufacturing Innovation Awards organised by the American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), Intellegens has launched a new Alchemite™ AM Package. The ready-to-go bundle of machine learning software, analysis tools, and implementation services is designed to help AM teams extract value from their data, optimise build parameters and ensure more repeatable AM processes, while greatly reducing the need for testing.
Alchemite™ example features
We’ve been running a series of 2 minute videos on our social media feeds in which Alexis from our Alchemite™ Success team demonstrates some of the analytics features of the Alchemite™ platform. Scroll to the bottom of the Alchemite™ Analytics page on our website to catch up on the videos that you’ve missed. And connect with us on LinkedIn to see more content like this as we post it.
Nature review paper on machine learning for alloy design
Readers of this newsletter are likely to be interested in this month’s comprehensive Nature review article on ‘Machine learning for alloys’. It was good to see the Alchemite™ method, as described in the papers by Conduit et al, referenced in this publication.
Save the date – Alchemite™ Focus Group (2 Nov)
Following a successful first meeting of the Alchemite™ Focus Group in June (read report), we’re planning a further meeting on November 2nd. If you joined us for the first session, save the date! If you’re interested in participating, get in touch. This invitation-only session is for project leaders of teams using Alchemite™ or those planning projects that will use the technology. Share experiences, get the latest updates, and provide input to Intellegens development plans.
Recent and upcoming webinars
We’re taking a break from our regular webinars for the summer, but we’re working on a program for the Autumn/Fall – and we’re excited to have already confirmed a session on materials design involving Dr Josh Stuckner from NASA Glenn Research Center in September. Look out for more details in next month’s newsletter. Meanwhile, we have now built up a library of recorded webinars on topics including formulation design, drug discovery, sustainability, digitalisation, and additive manufacturing on our website. Check it out!
Meet the team – then join us!
On our social media, we’re running a series of posts introducing you to various members of the Intellegens team. Why not find out who we are. And if you’d consider joining us, apply for one of our open positions.
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