LabTwin can take notes, capture data, create supply lists and set timers or reminders from anywhere in the lab.
LabTwin GmbH, an independent company backed by Boston Consulting Group Digital Ventures (BCG Digital Ventures) and biopharma supplier, Sartorius, have launched the world’s first voice and AI-powered digital lab assistant.
Scientists can take notes, capture data, create supply lists and set timers or reminders from anywhere in the lab just by talking to LabTwin.
LabTwin uses machine learning and voice-recognition technologies to streamline workflow in laboratories around the world. Some researchers from top-tier research institutes such as UCSF and Deutsches Primatenzentrum GmbH, and top biopharma companies have adopted LabTwin’s voice-powered assistant.
“At Sartorius we see firsthand the problems scientists face in the lab. They have to interrupt experiments to take notes, search for information and check experimental conditions. LabTwin solves this gap by providing a voice-activated personal lab assistant that literally works alongside the scientist,” said Joachim Kreuzburg, CEO of Sartorius.
Arndt Roller, partner at BCG Digital Ventures said, “LabTwin has the potential to reduce experimental error, improve R&D efficiency and shorten product development timelines.”
LabTwin is a collaborative venture resulting from a shared interest in creating digital tools to empower scientists.
LabTwin is open to exploring possible partnerships with other industry players and leading academic institutions. [APBN]