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Artificial intelligence (AI) is a term we see and hear a lot nowadays; you could say it’s trending and becoming a household term. It is associated with the things surrounding us daily: home electronics, cars, public transportation, shopping, and more. This term is inclusive and encompasses intelligent products designed to make our lives easier and… Read More
Businesses in the life sciences sector are navigating complex decisions regarding their laboratory data management. They face demands for data accuracy, compliance, and integrity that drive decisions about data platform use. A platform serves as a bespoke hub for data regardless of which or how many data sources are involved. Your platform choice can be… Read More
The FDA’s Case for Quality initiative seeks to shift the focus from validation as a check-the-box regulatory activity to one that centers around quality. The shift will ensure that patients and end users have access to safe, effective care. Recognizing that innovation drives continuous improvement, which, in turn, leads to higher quality and efficiencies in products and… Read More
There are a number of features of artificial intelligence (AI) that make it well suited for use in software validation. Some of these features are its capacity for pattern recognition and the ability to learn and adapt continuously. An emerging use for AI is in laboratory information management system (LIMS) validation. A LIMS is instrumental… Read More
The goal of a manufacturing department is to get the product out the door on time and within specifications. With large batches of products being produced, some sort of quality management system (QMS) is needed to ensure the best and most compliant product is delivered to consumers. A QMS may start out as a paper-based… Read More