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    The shift to AI in manufacturing: post pandemic growth

    Published on 08-Oct-2020 09:34:49

    There is no doubt that AI has enabled major efficiencies in predictability and capacity across the supply chain in manufacturing. The global pandemic has also accelerated digitalisation and automation as key strategic priorities for business, particularly manufacturing.

    To keep you up-to-date we are sharing our AI in Manufacturing content series. Our CEO and AI Expert Steph Locke has talked extensively on the area and we have complied webinars and articles below for easy access, viewing and sharing.


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    Manufacturing the future


    Industry 4.0, AI, IoT, automation, and the virtual shift have all been accelerated by Covid-19, making way for innovation in the future of manufacturing.


    The techniques behind AI for Manufacturing

    Learn about the artificial intelligence and machine learning techniques needed to build your own intellectual property to enhance your manufacturing processes.

    Webinar & Article
    The Historian and AI Webinar (#AIFIghtsBack) Learn about how AI can be used to leverage data from multiple sensors as it's being consolidated by historian appliances. Webinar
    AI in Manufacturing An overview and guide to getting started with AI in manufacturing, in association with the ICBE. Webinar
    Mastering AI in manufacturing: the three levels of competency The journey to mastering emerging tech in Industry 4.0 starts at the apprentice level. Article
    Industry IoT, smart factories and AI in manufacturing Industry IoT has trigged a revolution of AI in manufacturing, otherwise known as Industry 4.0. The future of manufacturing lies in smart factories. Article


    Don't miss out on our full list of webinars on AI-readiness and back-to-work-readiness, addressing some key topics around AI in business and specific industries. The #GoSmarter series is aimed at smaller to medium sized businesses who have taken a hit from COVID-19 and may be operating with reduced staff or distributed teams. We highlight some of the tools that can best support them through this time.

    Stephanie Organ

    Written by Stephanie Organ