Tuesday September 22, 2020

AI: smartening up the factory

The manufacturing sector is in the middle of a series of radical transformations, all driven by data: think artificial intelligence, but with a focus on the tangible

6th September, 2020
Timandra Harkness, broadcaster and author of the book Big Data: Does Size Matter?

Despite living in a world of manufactured goods most of us scarcely think about the production process. But a quiet revolution is sweeping through industrial production

While other sectors often hog the limelight, new technologies for collecting, sorting and making use of data are driving a radical change in how we make goods, and indeed the world around us. Think artificial intelligence, but with a focus on the tangible.

“It’s about the ‘thing’ at the...

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