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Artificial Intelligence in Industry 4.0

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Top-down Aims, But Bottom-up Initiatives and Implementation.

 

 

Machine learning enables predictions to be made based on large amounts of data. This branch of artificial intelligence (AI) is built upon pattern recognition and has the ability to independently draw knowledge from experience. For this reason, the technology has found its place in industrial processes.  

Artificial intelligence is no longer a vision for the future. Today, large data centers and enormous storage capacities make things possible that were believed for years to be distant concepts. Two branches of artificial intelligence, machine learning and deep learning, use the possibilities of big data to optimize processes, find new solutions, and gain new insights.

- Algorithms form the Basis

- Big Data for Optimizing Processes

- Current Applications of Machine Learning

- Artificial Intelligence in Industry 4.0

- Digital Monitoring and Control

- Artificial Intelligence and Predictive Maintenance

- Artificial Intelligence Expected to Drive Growth

 

 

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