SRI is developing a hybrid AI to improve human performance by combining two AI methods to continuously learn and adapt to rapidly evolving novel situations.
In the age of disinformation, SRI researchers are helping develop cutting-edge AI tools that can tell manipulated news from real.
With bad information running rampant, the need to assign authorship is essential. SRI is developing the tools to make it happen.
Funded by a $10.8 million Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency contract, the initiative aims to transform how organizations store and manage data.
SRI International celebrates global recognition of Bioinformatics Research Group and its BioCyc and Pathway Tools collection
SRI’s BioCyc and Pathway Tools publication contributors named to 2022 Highly Cited Researchers List; EcoCyc selected as Global Core Biodata Resource.
A new collaboration between iMEAN and SRI International will allow iMEAN exploration with SRI’s pathway tools software
iMEAN will be able to provide complete analysis pipelines using SRI’s pathway tools.
BioCyc database reaches 20,000 genomes ahead of collaboration with Wolters Kluwer.
SRI collaborates on a new design toolkit called AiCorb®.
Novel AI approach integrates data-driven modeling with theoretical reasoning to construct sophisticated deep learning architectures