As we progress further into a digital era, new research and developments into data science are constantly evolving to advance accuracies and efficiencies across various applications.
Focusing specifically on scientific labs, processes and workflows have drastically improved over recent decades to facilitate the work of scientists due to the applications of techniques and tools encompassing artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), data science and human-computer interaction.
This episode of the Agilent Podcast Series investigates different avenues into what is known as the digital lab of the future and takes a closer look at the broader revolution of AI.
Allison Gardner, PhD., Program Director, Data Science Degree Apprenticeship, Keele University, and Co-Founder of Women Leading in AI
Paul Bonnington PhD., Professor and Director of Monash eResearch Centre, Monash University
John Sadler, Vice President and General Manager, Software and Informatics Division, Agilent Technologies