Development of new methods and revolutionizing the old novel compounds to modify and inspects some new novel characteristics of that compound has always been the concerned. The collaboration of AI and robotics is here to deliver the outstanding results to boost the process of investigations and research.
Discovery is too slow, says Jill Becker, CEO of Kebotix. You have an idea for a material, you try to make it, and you test it. Few ideas are tested, with even fewer results.
This startup is based at MIT’s VC firm “The Engine”. This startup received 5 milllion by the One Way Ventures amd few more investors. It was designed at University of Toronto in Canada.
The startup Kebotix is right here to galvanize the discovery of novel compounds. The current tech is challenging software algorithm which meant to provide results slow as compared to this new way. Kebotix has been designed with machine learning and robotic automation.
The AI predicts and plans what to do next; the robot automation system very rapidly tests our new molecule, Kreisbeck says. The machine can learn from the database and make a better decision for the next round.
Kebotix is meant to fasten that research methods followed up till now. It is here is gear that process through spontaneous outputs it generates. The setup is all about taking any compound then do its testing, it goes further to dignify its spectroscopy and optical rotary readings then the software analyses the output obtained to give an intellectual idea about the compound, you’ve been working on. Amazed? Yeah its just too fast.
Well this doesn’t end here. Then company’s robotic setup further tests about the chemical structures of that specific compound.
Utilizing advancements in machine learning and robotic automation, Kebotix is building a next-generation materials company to design and manufacture any compound in the world. Led by a team of world-class scientists and experts in the field of machine learning and computational chemistry, Kebotix is well positioned to bring this inspiring vision to market.— Jeff Bussgang, General Partner, Flybridge Capital Partners
This new startup has opened new door in field of research and technology. Some more outputs from Kebotix are yet to come.
Content source: MIT Technology Review & Business Wire.
Image source: A screenshot from Kebotix.com.