Nature is full examples of evolution and adaption. Keen night vision, spots or stripes, long or curved beaks: only the animals willing to adapt to their surrounding have survived. Manufacturing in today’s economy is no different. Manufactures in every industry needs to integrate AI technology or be left behind. You don’t have to make major changes overnight. Most are doing it stages; waiting to see the ROI before committing to larger projects.
What steps will you take to integrate artificial intelligence into your operations?
What is your hesitation: cost, downtime?
How do you see AI and machine learning impacting your business in 2018?
How will it impact your employees?
Industry Week recently published an article titled, “Adopt or Die: AI Leaves Manufacturing No Choice” that I recommend reading.
The article describes how AI is augmenting the manufacturing experience and is able to improve the accuracy and quality beyond what workers can do.
“AI changes everything: business models, operational models, how work gets done, how workers are trained,” said Cliff Justice, a partner at KPMG who leads the firm’s cognitive technology, artificial intelligence and automation investments. “It’s a transformative field to say the least.”
How will your operations evolve over the next 12 months? How will you evolve and adapt during this fourth industrial revolution?
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