In the U.S. manufacturing sector, which is already in acute need of additional human workers, it's hard to conceive how "throwing more workers" into the mix is a viable option. The path to an increase in quality manufacturing jobs has to draw on A.I. and automation. As IIoT becomes more commonplace — with dozens of inexpensive sensors gathering data, as well as basic diagnostics from equipment — manufacturers will be able to embed A.I. that can extract insights directly on the production floor, helping humans to assess production cycles based on machine data across runs.
Read the full article from Neurala CEO Max Versace in Supply Chain Brain
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