Democratizing Molecular Innovation
World Economic Forum features Ada
Ada was highlighted by the World Economic Forum as an example of how AI is revolutionizing the world of clean energy materials:
"Making clean energy materials cheaper, cleaner, and more durable is not only good for the environment, but also good for business."
NRCan visits Ada
Berlinguette & Hein in Malmö
Ada welcomes Dr. Aspuru-Guzik to Canada!
We use advanced AI-enabled design techniques and robotics, supported by high-performance computing, to allow Materials Acceleration Platforms to get smarter and faster after every experiment as they learn and optimize processes using custom-made machine learning algorithms. AI, machine learning algorithms, and robotics will be the brain, glue, and arms that close the loop and disrupt the re-envisioned materials discovery innovation chain.
Ada Lovelace was the world’s first computer programmer; she began algorithm development over 150 years ago for Charles Babbage’s Analytical Engine. Her vision that computers have a potential far beyond calculation inspires us to push the boundaries of computing for the benefit of materials discovery.