Citrine was selected to contribute to the World Economics Forum blog AGENDA.
We are excited to share how important advanced materials AI is for the next wave of manufacturing innovation in this publication, since it posts articles from Nobel laureates, leaders of international organizations, UN bodies, academics and heads of state. Our article is entitled, “How a ‘materials lag’ slows product innovation – and how AI can solve it.” Check it out here.
Citrine Informatics and APS have signed an agreement to explore ways in which Citrine’s platform can create valuable data from the APS corpus of materials-related journals and articles. APS’ materials-related journals include Physical Review, Physical Review Letters, Physical Review B, Physical Review X, and the new Physical Review Materials.
Find out more about the American Physical Society at https://www.aps.org.
Top Investors Back Team of Materials Scientists Using Artificial Intelligence to Dramatically Accelerate Time to Market
SAN FRANCISCO, JUNE 7, 2017 (BUSINESSWIRE)
Citrine Informatics, the chemicals and materials artificial intelligence (AI) platform, today announced it has closed a $7.6 million Series A led by Eric Schmidt’s Innovation Endeavors, DCVC (Data Collective), and Prelude Ventures. Jerry Yang’s AME Cloud Ventures and XSeed Capital also joined the round. Citrine combines AI with the world’s largest materials database to help bring products to market faster. The company will use the funding to accelerate its early successes with Fortune 1000 customers.
“The next generation of advanced materials takes far too long to develop today,” said Scott Brady, partner at Innovation Endeavors. “Citrine is bringing together the domain experts, data and AI specifically optimized to take advantage of known relationships in chemistry and physics to revolutionize the speed at which materials can be used in the market.”
Citrine co-founder and CEO Greg Mulholland shared lessons about working with Japan as a Silicon Valley startup and why the Japan market is well suited to the adoption of artificial intelligence technologies in its advanced materials and chemicals industry. Many thanks to the whole Stanford Silicon Valley-New Japan Project for hosting such a great event.
Citrine co-founder and Chief Scientist, Dr. Bryce Meredig, presented the future of artificial intelligence in the materials and chemicals industry at The AI Conference 2017. AI is going to bring tremendous efficiency and innovation to the materials and materials-enabled product industries, and Citrine is proud to be at the forefront of innovation in the space.
Citrine Informatics is pleased to announce its nomination to the 2017 World Materials Forum Start Up Challenge. As one of 12 start up companies selected to attend this year’s World Materials Forum in Nancy, France, Citrine will have the opportunity to showcase its platform, Citrination, and how its artificial intelligence technology can dramatically accelerate the materials and chemicals development and deployment process.
Citrine Informatics Selected to the 2017 AI 100, Highlighting Advancements in Artificial Intelligence for Materials and Chemicals Manufacturing and Development
Santa Barbara, CA, January 11, 2017 — CB Insights today selected Citrine Informatics to the prestigious Artificial Intelligence 100 list (“AI 100”), a select group of emerging private companies working on ground breaking artificial intelligence technology. CB Insights CEO and co-founder, Anand Sanwal, revealed the winners during The Innovation Summit, a gathering of top executives and investors to explore the industries of the future.
Citrine Informatics is proud to announce Doug Ramsey has joined our team as Vice President of Business Development. He brings a wealth of experience to the team and shares the Citrine vision for a more advanced and efficient materials and chemicals economy that enables breakthrough products in a fraction of the time.
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