Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry—Current Trends and Future Opportunities

ACS Webinars

The promise of artificial intelligence (AI) at one time felt like a far away future, but your teams are likely already using AI or machine-learning for important tasks today. Though AI is quickly becoming routine in certain areas of chemistry, should you follow established trends or innovate in underdeveloped areas to fast track growth?

Join leading AI experts Dr. James J. Collins of MIT and Dr. Jürgen Cox of the Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry as well as Senior Director Dr. Yugal Sharma of CAS for a unique birds-eye view of AI in chemistry and a panel discussion on emerging trends across industries that can drive better outcomes for your teams.

This ACS Webinar was moderated by Information Scientist Angela Zhou of CAS and co-produced with CAS.

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What You Will Learn

  • What are the categories of machine learning (supervised, unsupervised, and reinforcement learning) and emerging trends within chemistry 
  • Why certain areas of machine learning have grown faster than others in the chemical space 
  • What are the key challenges that need to be addressed for faster innovation and more development


Meet the Experts

James J. Collins
Professor of Medical Engineering & Science, Biological Engineering, MIT

Jürgen Cox
Professor, Max Planck Institute of Biochemistry

Yugal Sharma
Senior Director, Custom Services, CAS

Angela Zhou
Information Scientist, Content Operations, CAS

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