In 2020, US-based Kebotix was awarded with a US DoE grant to develop AI-based molecular screening technology to identify novel blue OLED emitters. The company now announced that it has managed to discover several new classes of candidate materials, and develop device prototypes.

Kebotix says it aims to start testing these molecules with device makers in early- to mid-2022.

Kebotix develops next-generation materials using advanced artificial intelligence, machine learning and robotics technologies. The company automates the scientific method using a proprietary closed-loop R&D process, in order to predict and produce new chemistries in a self-driving lab.

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