Plenary lecture at ANSCSE25
It has been a great pleasure to give a plenary lecture at the 25th International Annual Symposium on Computational Science and Engineering (ANSCSE25). I was talking about AI/ML in computational chemistry, how our MLatom can help with it, and introduced our AIQM1, AI-QD, and 4D-A2I approaches. The future and, indeed, the present, of (computational) chemistry, are inseparable from AI/ML. More great news from our group is coming soon, keep tuned.
ANCSE is a wonderful conference, I am still listening to many talks. At these times when travel is restricted and I have had to decline invitations to give invited talks abroad, I am very grateful to the ANSCSE organizers who made a great effort of organizing an interactive hybrid event. It is great to see, virtually, my dear friends too!