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MIT researchers use AI framework to signal high-impact tech

Tech Xplore reports that an AI framework built by MIT researchers can give an early-alert signal for high-impact technologies. In a retrospective test of its capabilities, DELPHI (Dynamic Early-warning by Learning to Predict High Impact) identified all pioneering papers on an experts’ list of seminal biotechnologies. Topics covered by the papers include DNA nanorobots used for cancer treatment, high-energy density lithium-oxygen batteries, and chemical synthesis using deep neural networks. The researchers see DELPHI as a tool that can help humans leverage funding for scientific research, identifying diamond-in-the-rough technologies and offering an effective way to support science.

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