AI: Driving the Industry Towards Greater Success

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Artificial intelligence (AI) is seen as a promising technology that can help leading OEMs to maintain their position as market leaders. In this post, read about how AI is changing the manufacturing sector, as well as its potential advantages and potential drawbacks.

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) has become an omnipresent force in the ever-evolving landscape of technology. From chatbots to self-driving cars, AI is rapidly changing the way we interact with the world. But it’s not just about convenience or automation; AI has the power to transform entire industries, drive innovation, and create new opportunities.

But why is there an urgency to embrace AI now more than ever? The answer is simple – the world is changing at an unprecedented speed, and leading OEMs need to constantly innovate in order to maintain their position as market leaders. The manufacturing sector is benefitting from AI-powered solutions to streamline operations, improve product performance, and find new revenue streams. But with so many AI technologies and platforms available, it may be hard to know where to start.

That’s where this article, published in Connected Technology Solutions, comes in. The author explores the benefits of AI, barriers to AI adoption, and how AI and robotics are transforming manufacturing.

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