The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the pace of artificial intelligence (AI) adoption, but many say it’s moving too fast, according to a new KPMG survey. Despite concerns about the speed of adoption, business leaders are confident AI can help solve some of today’s toughest challenges, including COVID-19 tracking and vaccines.
- by Zane Tsai
To meet the new demands of today, hardware must evolve from control and rules-based systems to data-centric environments to accommodate edge AI.
Teledyne e2v and Yumain Announce Collaboration to Create AI-based Imaging Solutions for Machine Vision
Teledyne e2v, a Teledyne Technologies company and global innovator of imaging solutions, announces a new technology and industrial collaboration with Yumain, a leading AI vision solution provider serving a broad range of industrial applications.
- by Keith Flynn
AI can best be described as a collection of different technologies brought together to enable a system—a process, asset or machine—to act with intelligence. For businesses, that means helping a system sense, comprehend, perform and learn, most often with the goal of optimizing performance, accuracy and quality.
New research published by data-science consultancy Peak Indicators shows that UK manufacturers are outperforming other sectors in the economy in using data and analytics to inform decision making.
Combining top-notch engineering document management with leading facility and asset management and geographical databases to drive improved operations and boost safety.
Nexans Partners with Schneider Electric on Digital Transformation Program to Bring Industrial 4.0 to Plant Operations and Amplify Sustainability
Nexans is taking the next step in its Industry 4.0 revolution by integrating digital solutions into industrial processes.
Canvass Analytics Inc., a global leader in industrial AI software, announced its AI platform has been deployed by two major energy companies to improve overall plant resiliency.
Mulley poised to re-educate manufacturers and system integrators about affordable standardized automation.
Intellegens and Ansys to Empower Additive Manufacturing with Material Intelligence Through Machine Learning
Machine learning specialist Intellegens and engineering simulation leader Ansys have announced a collaboration to integrate machine learning methods into Additive Manufacturing (AM) workflows, accelerating the development of reliable and repeatable AM processes.
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