We are excited to announce our new research AI project!
This project is focused on developing new AI technologies that can be used to solve real-world problems. Every day, hospital pharmacies must fill many syringes with liquid medications to be administered to patients. This is a time-consuming and repetitive task that can lead to musculoskeletal problems for pharmacy staff. In addition, the labor force in pharmacies is scarce, making it difficult to find qualified employees to fill syringes.
To address these challenges, we have developed Avicenna 1.0, an intelligent robot that automates the filling of syringes in hospitals. Avicenna 1.0 is a robotic system that uses our own research AI algorithms to resolve these serious problems on pharmacy shelves. Please see the link for more information on how our AI system works.
Avicenna 1.0 is a synergetic project between Université du Québec à Trois-Rivières and Kobotik. We are grateful to our artificial intelligence researchers, Louness Khelifi, Usef Faghihi, and Kobotik team for their collaborative work on this project.
Avicenna 1.0 is a significant advancement in the automation of syringe filling in hospitals. It has the potential to improve patient safety, reduce labor costs, and free up pharmacy staff to focus on other tasks. We are excited to see how Avicenna 1.0 can help hospitals improve their operations.