Researchers from Singapore, the U.S. and Russia have developed artificial intelligence that can be applied to materials science, in order to predict and engineer material properties. This could lead to creating new materials with special properties.
Technologists at Nanyang Technological University, Singapore have teamed up with scientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and the Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology to build a machine learning system that is capable of predicting changes to the properties of materials from straining the material. It is hoped that the new approach will lead to the engineering of new materials with tailored properties. Potential applications include Continue reading