Do Androids Dream of Analytical Chemistry?
We ask Peter Harrington, Director of the Center for Intelligent Chemical Instrumentation at Ohio University, whether artificial intelligence can help solve the field’s big data challenges.
Joanna Cummings, Peter de Boves Harrington | | Interview
What is the current focus of your work?
We are working on spectroscopy and mass spectrometry analyses of botanical medicines, specifically cannabis. Our goal is to take the complete spectrum of a complex mixture, and relate that fingerprint to the chemical and pharmacological properties of the sample – known as chemotyping. To develop these complex algorithms, we use machine learning (also known as artificial intelligence).
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