How AI is Creating Smarter Chemical Products



Computers are also not as clever as we think they are. Only a few years ago was one able to beat a human at chess. While anyone who has ever used Google translate will know that it could easily be renamed Gobbledygook translate.

People aren’t as clever as they think they are; and that includes you and me.

This is because of the all the information we don’t know we don’t know.

Computers are also not as clever as we think they are. Only a few years ago was one able to beat a human at chess. While anyone who has ever used Google translate will know that it could easily be renamed Gobbledygook translate.

This is because, up till now, computers have only ever known what we have told them. Artificial intelligence means that they are about to get a lot, lot smarter. Smart enough to analyse complex problems with more data than the human brain can handle, and yet reason an answer through logic as a human would.

This will have a profound impact on the chemical industry; a raw material sourcing, production, and sales industry packed full of data, processes, logistics and price margins that requires high-powered analytical thinking.

While still relatively new, AI is already being applied by a number of leading companies to make better chemical products.

One such company is the Tokyo-based firm Showa Denka (SDK), which by applying cutting-edge computing in their R&D projects has found a way to increase the efficiency of its polymer design operation.

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