Artificial intelligence solutions startup Three Thirds joins Life Sciences Digital Innovation Hub cluster

Three Thirds, a startup operating in the field of research and application of artificial intelligence, joins the business and research partnership platform, Life Sciences Digital Innovation Hub (LS DIH).

“We are glad to join the fast-growing Life Sciences Digital Innovation Hub cluster, hoping to help cluster partners solve challenges by contributing our competencies and experience. We see a great need for machine learning solutions in the field of biomedicine, so the opportunities for partnership in developing innovative products in this field are very attractive to us,” says Jonas Kubilius, Co-Founder and Senior AI Engineer of Three Thirds.

The director of Northtown Vilnius, coordinator of the cluster, dr. Gediminas Pauliukevičius notes that the number of products developed in the synergy of life sciences and artificial intelligence is only increasing, and Three Thirds joiningLS DIH forms a stronger foundation and opens new opportunities for interdisciplinary cooperation. “By creating Life Sciences Digital Innovation Hub cluster, we aimed to promote the implementation of new bioinformatics projects andstrengthen partnerships and initiatives to develop the methods for processing and analyzing big data generated during life sciences research, so it is natural that the second important segment of the cluster after life sciences is ICT, and especially companies operating in artificial intelligence,” says G. Pauliukevičius.

Three Thirds helps companies increase the value of their products through artificial intelligence technologies. “Our team of scientists and engineers delineate AI strategies, build data infrastructure and algorithms, and deliver production-level machine learning solutions to process automation and optimization,” J. Kubilius describes services provided by the company.

“Companies and teams of researchers who add value to products through artificial intelligence, big data processing technologies, cluster partnerships and a variety of member profiles allow us to move faster towards a vision of creating new solutions that open opportunities for life sciences here, in the neighborhood of strong research centers and universities,” says G. Pauliukevičius.

The LS DIH cluster was established in 2019 in order to strengthen the development of life sciences companies, cooperation and foster synergies in the development of new products. Currently, the cluster unites 15 partners, including Northtown Vilnius, Vilnius University Life Sciences Center, Vilnius City Municipality, Baltic Institute of Advanced Technologies, well-known biotechnology companies CasZyme, Droplet Genomics, Bioanalizės sistemos, Inlita, Diagnolita, Experimentica, Sanobiotec, Institute of Infectious Diseases and Pathogenic Microbiology, Grida, Biomatter Designs.