Our experts focus on applied artificial intelligence challenges of toxicological and military interest.
Our past projects have:
Predicted the relative toxicity of street opioid exposures in warfighters and first responders
Identified electrical transmission networks in austere environments from satellite imagery and obtained geocoordinates of towers/pylons and power stations
Predicted the ability of chemicals to bind and activate the estrogen receptor
Estimated LD50 (dose that causes 50% lethality) for military munitions
Dose response analysis to estimate the dose at which toxicity is likely to occur for chemicals
Identify routes in dense urban environments that military vehicles can traverse
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