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In the aim to accelerate the advent of science-based AI, Noble.AI has announced the creation of a Scientific Advisory Board comprised of research leaders with expertise in cutting-edge science and R&D. The inaugural members are Dr. Ed Moses, former head of the National Ignition Facility and Giant Magellan Telescope, and Dr. Moritz Riede, a world-leader in organic materials and Professor at the University of Oxford.
Google, Facebook, and Amazon aren’t the only places to work on cutting-edge AI products. Archis went from studying fusion physics to building AI models at Noble.ai to help other scientists speed up their R&D. Learn what his job entails, how his academic background translates to his current work, and what it’s like to work at an AI startup.
Announcing the creation of a Commercial Advisory Board staffed with experts in research and development (R&D), industry, and finance. Noble's Commercial Advisory Board has added C. Scott Gibson, Keith Larson, and Wally Rhines. Their decades-long expertise provides the company with greater insight into the needs of its customers and strategic market segments.
On Wednesday Dec. 11th, AI and Geophysics experts will come together at Noble.AI’s headquarters in San Francisco for a Panel Discussion exploring the potential and emerging impacts of AI on scientific discovery.
An insightful interview in Forbes with our CEO, Dr. Matthew C. Levy, about the important roles of art and design in entrepreneurship.
We challenged ourselves to establish two new, ownable, and iconic brands for our products that celebrate our company’s foundation and vision.
Our mission at Noble.AI has always been to partner with the world’s most important R&D organizations, accelerating their process of innovation, and helping them bring products to market faster and smarter.
Solvay has invested in Noble.AI, a leading developer of software that helps R&D organizations speed up their innovation efforts. Noble’s software, which incorporates physics-based principles into an artificial intelligence engine, will enable Solvay to accelerate its innovation.
Noble.AI, an SF-based AI company that claims to accelerate decision making in R&D, has raised a new round of funding from Solvay Ventures, the VC arm of a large chemical company, Solvay SA.