Bloomberg Green has highlighted cloud-based battery materials informatics company Aionics as a leading company utilizing Artificial Intelligence (A.I.) to reduce emissions in a recent article.
Aionics was featured as one of the company’s leading one of five approaches to A.I.’s climate applications, with Bloomberg calling out the company as an example of “accelerating scientific discovery”.
According to the article: “The startup Aionics helps speed up the experiments needed to find a new battery material.”
Bloomberg Green, part of Bloomberg Media, is a multiplatform editorial brand focused on climate change news, analysis, and solutions.
Aionics CEO Dr. Austin Sendek said the article was excellent recognition of the company’s growth in 2021. “We are proud to not only be recognized, but named alongside other companies that are really on the cutting edge of A.I. innovation.”
The entire Bloomberg article can be found here: