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Visual inspection—making sure that the parts are all present, the labels are on straight, and the packing materials are all in place—is an essential component of quality control in the manufacturing industry. By double-checking everything before products leave the factory

Gartner believes that by 2022, 85% of AI projects will fail. One of the key reasons for this high failure rate is that often the use case being applied has not been through a rigorous selection process and the following considerations

We’ve all heard a lot about Artificial Intelligence (AI) and its crucial role in empowering key elements of the “Factory of the Future”. And Edge Computing is changing the way we think about what kind of digital performance can be

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML), are huge contributors in these advances and have revolutionized the way that software operates and functions for the manufacturing industry. Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning have drastically enhanced ERP software in the following

Companies often kiss more frogs than princes when it comes to artificial intelligence investments. Much has changed this year. The new normal brought about by the COVID-19 pandemic has affected everyone and everything. Globally, companies have been forced into crisis management

What happens when technology advancements threaten to automate people’s jobs? That question is on the minds of many as research and development in artificial intelligence and machine learning rapidly advances. Recently ASU received a million dollar NSF Convergence Accelerator Grant to create

Artificial Intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) wizardry are often portrayed by the media, however there are some critical road blocks and a way to manage them in the power generation sector. Road block 1: Low information learning, i.e. the ability

In 1958 Leonard E. Read wrote an essay that was to become one of the most famous – and eloquent – treatments of free market economics. Written somewhat jovially from the first-person perspective of an inanimate carbon(-filled) rod, that essay

Traffic isn’t just bad. It’s actually getting worse. Do you think the traffic is bad where you live? Try moving to Boston, where commuters suffer the worst highway congestion in the nation. Residents of the New England city spent an average