Artificial Intelligence in Biotechnology
Breakthroughs in the developing field of artificial intelligence in biotechnology will have a dramatic effect on global society. Many innovative figures see the widespread use of machine learning and artificial intelligence in the medical field as the next big leap forward for humankind, akin to the Industrial Age that began in the 18th century. Popular culture often envisions scenarios in which a super AI becomes bent on human annihilation. While there are serious ethical concerns about artificial intelligence, the mission of Hardin Scientific, Inc. is to create the most powerful laboratory software and equipment that integrates the many fragments of narrow intelligence systems into one cohesive platform.
The modern age has presented us with many multifaceted problems which, unsurprisingly, require multifaceted solutions. While there has been an explosion of integrated technologies in recent decades, the majority of technological advancement throughout history has been specialized in function and narrow in mission. We’ve made tools suited for a single purpose, or methodologies that improve a single aspect of some societal function, such as food production. As advanced artificial intelligences begin to permeate our lives and touch every corner of the world, this segmentation of technological innovation will gradually evaporate. Artificial intelligence in biotechnology will soon provide us with unprecedented levels of efficiency and insight, supported by vast networks of devices communicating near-instantaneously like the billions of neurons in the human brain.
In order for technological innovation to occur, there must be a strong sense of social need. Otherwise, people will not be prepared to devote adequate resources to bringing it about. When it comes to artificial intelligence in the medical field, Hardin Scientific, Inc. recognizes the social need for laboratory equipment that is designed and manufactured with the scientist’s day-to-day needs and goals as the primary motivator. That is why Hardin Scientific, Inc. was established—to fill the technological void that plagues the life science community.