Adoption of AI / ML in chemicals and materials R&D
Intellegens is leading a Consortium to help accelerate the adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) methods such as machine learning (ML) in the UK materials and chemicals industries. The initial phase of our project is evaluating factors that limit the adoption and use of AI/ML technologies. Information from this questionnaire will be used to develop a technical feasibility report with a view to recommending steps to increase trust. The vision is to drive the application of AI/ML to optimise vital products and processes while reducing energy and resource consumption in pursuit of net zero goals.
Consortium members include scientists from Johnson Matthey, Domino Printing Sciences, Goodfellow, Welding Alloys Group, the Universities of Cambridge and Leicester, and the Henry Royce Institute. The project is funded by Innovate UK KTN, part of UK Research and Innovation.
If you can spare a few minutes to support this industry initiative, please do complete the survey.