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All the problems can be solved with the help of machines mainly computers using algorithm and by interpreting their output data is considered as artificial intelligence (AI). Artificial intelligence is faster than manual work, reduces manpower, more efficient and accurate and used in various field these days and coming up with more advanced technology. With the help of artificial intelligence, drugs can be formulated and produced in an advanced way. New machineries’ used in chemical or pharmaceutical labs are much advanced these days, that reduces the time of the analysis.


There is a strong bond between artificial intelligence and chemistry. In the field of chemistry designing new molecules, molecular property detection of molecules and compounds, drug discovery, synthesis and retrosynthesis of molecules, analysis prediction for better and accurate results, all these can be done with the help of artificial intelligence.

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Application Artificial Intelligence Chemistry

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Rai, P., & Chatrath, H. (2021). Application of Artificial Intelligence in Chemistry. Green Chemistry & Technology Letters, 7(2), 18-19. https://doi.org/10.18510/gctl.2021.722

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