Moving AI from the imagination to the real world

Scientist working in a drug discovery lab

Source: Indianapolis Business Journal's BioFutures Magazine

Artificial Intelligence is a decades-old concept, but it only recently invaded our consciousness. Business owners, especially, now have a nagging sense that they should be using it, but first they have to know what it is.

The Indiana Biosciences Research Institute, a translational research consortium that anchors the 16 Tech research park near downtown Indianapolis, is among the organizations making AI accessible to companies of all sizes.

"IBRI member companies get access to our lab space and equipment, scientists and expertise, and networked capabilities, as well as the opportunity to be part of a therapeutic and diagnostic community," said Jay McGill, IBRI's chief operating officer and vice president of administration.

IBRI membership includes access to the supercomputing power of Indiana University's Indianapolis campus, which houses IU's Luddy School of Informatics, Computing and Engineering.

To read the full article, go to the Indianapolis Business Journal BioFutures.