Artificial Intelligence for Nanostructured Materials

@article{Gadzhimagomedova2022ArtificialIF,
  title={Artificial Intelligence for Nanostructured Materials},
  author={Zaira Gadzhimagomedova and Danil Pashkov and Daria Kirsanova and S. A. Soldatov and Maria A. Butakova and Andrey V. Chernov and A. V. Soldatov},
  journal={Nanobiotechnology Reports},
  year={2022},
  volume={17},
  pages={1-9}
}
Abstract The current level of development of artificial intelligence (AI) technologies makes it possible to solve many complex problems just as well as a human does. Importance advances in AI are especially noticeable in machine learning, the methods and algorithms of which are successfully adapted and actively used to solve a wide range of problems, including those in the field of nanotechnology. In modern fields of nanotechnology, it is important to speed up the process of searching for the… 

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