Tag Archives: Artificial Intelligence

14Aug/19
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eBook: AI Drives Shift from Reactive to Predictive Quality

Regulatory Consideration for AI-Enabled QMS

Life Science companies must adopt Predictive Quality.  This eBook, sponsored by Sparta Systems, discusses how industry should leverage FDA’s Good Machine Learning Practices (GMLP) to implement AI in order to drive improved productivity and intelligent decision-making while meeting regulatory requirements.

AI EBOOK IMAGE 2“The ability of artificial intelligence and machine learning software to learn from real-world feedback and improve its performance is spurring innovation and leading to the development of novel medical devices,” said Dr. Scott Gottlieb, MD, 23rd Commissioner, US FDA.

The use of AI and ML can enable Life Science organizations to harness data and turn it into intelligent and actionable insights that enable predictive quality. AI systems can process data from point solutions to glean intelligence and  support decision-making.

In this eBook we also discuss:

  • Why you cannot validate AI with outdated CSV models
  • How AI is enabling the shift to predictive quality management
  • Implications for the Life Sciences industry

Register to receive your complimentary copy.

28Jun/19
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Artificial Intelligence Can Make Pharmaceutical Companies More Competitive

Quartic.AI Briefing Note

By: Eric M. Luyer, Industry Research Analyst

Axendia was recently briefed by the senior executive team of Quartic.ai, based in San Jose, CA, US.   Quartic.ai was founded in 2017 by veterans in process automation, manufacturing, and reliability in conjunction with data scientists to optimize the practical use of information through Artificial Intelligence (AI) deployment.  The company had been recognized last year as the fastest growing technology leader in industrial AI by CIO Review Magazine.

The mission of Quartic.ai is to enable subject matter experts (SME) to help solve manufacturing problems by using AI. “We look at this as becoming another tool in their tool-belt of problem-solving. What we’re building enables the SMEs to build their solutions with AI”, said Rajiv Anand the CEO of Quartic.ai.

According to Rajiv Anand, their vision and mandate is not to grow their business through providing services, but by providing the technology. Their technology is a complete “smart industry platform” to support process- and pharma manufacturing industries via digital transformation using the concepts of the Industrial Internet of Things (IIoT) and AI. Continue reading

09Apr/18
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Simulation for Product, Nature and Life

With 3D Printing and Virtual Human Modeling and Simulation, Life Science companies have the opportunity to innovate faster and with more confidence than ever before

By: Sandra K. Rodriguez, Market Analyst

SIMULIA is one of eleven brands at Dassault Systèmes.  During their Analyst Day, company executives provided an overview of the brand’s simulation offerings under a common theme: Enabling end-to-end digital design to production processes by deploying all multiphysics simulation technologies to enable clients to start making parts and systems that work, faster.

Print to Perform

3D Printing, also referred to as Additive Manufacturing (AM) is a complex process. However, on the 3DEXPERIENCE platform, users can digitally accelerate AM while creating lightweight, yet functional generative designs.  When moving from powder to working parts, there are significant challenges in the real-world process phase of AM. Using simulation for build planning, virtual printing, post-processing and heat treatment effects can optimize the build and ultimately save time by reducing errors and rework. With virtual printing, users can simulate not just a printing process but post-processing procedures and conduct in-service validation. Rather than relying on static documents and experience from expensive physical builds, establishing a digital thread from design to field performance unites all functionality and eliminates silos via a digital platform.  SIMULIA’s Additive Manufacturing message is clear: Print to Perform.

Virtual Human Modeling

Karl D’Souza, Sr. Solution Consultant, SIMULIA Virtual Human Modeling at Dassault Systèmes, pointed out that simulation is widespread in the development of medical devices but that a lot more is possible. In particular, medical device companies are now creating more realistic models of the human body to understand how a product will perform in its intended environment.  Continue reading