Digital Transformation in Practice

Category: Transformation

Taken from the webinar, the frequent strategy of digitalization-layering digital tools and technology onto existing processes-provides incremental value, which soon flattens out. At the other end, companies born with digital DNA (for example an Amazon) are capable of incredible innovation and adaptation. The reality is, most companies must transform to develop digital DNA. Applied digital …
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Up the ‘Digital Level’ of Your R+D Lab

Category: Transformation

Image: A key role of materials and chemistry R&D researchers is to invert the primary function of their labs – that of creating materials from chemical structures, formulations and processes – to one of determining the inputs that will produce materials with the desired properties with minimal iteration. This process can be significantly accelerated by …
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The Challenges of Scaling Digital Advances in Life Sciences

Category: Transformation

An illustration by Michelle Macroni evokes the complex web of ingredients to possibilities in life sciences through applied digital innovation in R&D.  Author: Robyn Cardwell, Ph.D., Director, Life Sciences Solutions Incremental Advances Versus Created Possibilities        Many of the improvements in life sciences R&D labs today come through introducing digital technologies to existing processes, with an …
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Enthought at the 2020 Materials Research Society Conference

Category: Technology

Machine learning classification model learns complex printability window for inkjet printed polymer films using data from automated formulation and printing system. Authors: Michael Heiber, Ph.D., Applications Engineer and Frank Longford, Ph.D., Scientific Software Developer The Materials Research Society (MRS) is a global community of materials researchers, built to promote the advancement of interdisciplinary materials research and …
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Digital-centric R+D Laboratories

Category: Transformation

To have a transformative impact, labs must reinvent workflows through digital technologies and skills, adopting a strong data culture. A figure from the white paper captures Level 5, where innovation through digital-centric systems confidently produces new materials that meet customer specifications orders of magnitude faster than before, enabling broader business transformation.  Authors: Chris Farrow, Ph.D., …
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SEG 2020 Attendees Asked. We Answered.

Category: News, Technology, Transformation

In an example away from seismic, this shows a thin section, where machine learning techniques can be applied across multiple images, ones previously unused due to the significant demands of expert time, and difficulties in organizing and sharing data. See a demo at: https://www.enthought.com/industries/oil-and-gas/core-analysis/ Author: Brendon Hall, Ph.D., Director, Energy Solutions   The SEG 2020 …
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Deep Learning Can Now Interpret Seismic the Way Experts Do

Category: Technology

The SubsurfaceAI custom deep learning application for seismic allows experts to annotate data, identify sequences and, in this example, define a fault complex. This forms the basis of a workflow that allows a seismic expert to apply deep learning to ‘interpret the way experts do,’ creating bespoke models for seismic interpretation.  Author: Ben Lasscock, Ph.D., …
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You see, but you do not observe.

Category: Technology, Transformation

“You see, but you do not observe” is a quote by Sherlock Holmes in A Scandal in Bohemia (1891, written by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle). Holmes referred to himself as a ‘consulting detective’. Sketch by Mason Dykstra. Author: Mason Dykstra, Ph.D., VP Energy Solutions   Wavelets are for Watson (The Doctor, Not IBM)  When was …
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