Modularity Future-Proofs Your System

By Peter Harris | October 31, 2017 |
      MODULAR DESIGN ENSURES YOUR ROBOTIC SYSTEM CAN ADAPT WITH YOUR SCIENCE     The use of industrial robots to automate high volume tasks goes back to the 1970s, when the German robot maker Kuka pioneered the first true industrial robot (FAMULUS) with six axes of motion.  Since then, robots have slowly but surely been displacing routine mechanical work in a wide range of industries.  However, until quite recently, the nature of such robotic ...
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AI and Drug Discovery

By Peter Harris | October 9, 2017 |

Topics: #AI #drugdiscovery

    AI WILL EMPOWER DRUG DISCOVERY, BUT NOT THROUGH IN SILICA EXPERIMENTATION         Artificial intelligence, or “AI” for short, has been the topic of sweeping news coverage of late. In the life sciences arena, much focus has been given to the use of AI to help the drug discovery process. Articles like “Big pharma turns to AI to speed drug discovery, GSK signs deal” and “Artificial Intelligence In Drug Discovery: A Bubble Or A Revolutionary ...
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