Category: Manufacturing

Transforming the Future of Manufacturing with Technology

Deloitte and Singularity University | May 2018
In this white paper, Deloitte and Singualrity University analyize how exponential technologies, including 3D printing, Artificial Intelligence, Blockchain and Internet of Things, are revolutionizing the manufacturing sector. These technologies grow and enable change at an accelerating pace, and are often used in conjunction with each other to fundamentally disrupt processes and industries—and create opportunities.

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The Future of Manufacturing

ZDNet’s Robotics, Greg Nichols | Apr. 25, 2018
ZDNet’s Greg Nichols illustrates how artificial intelligence is changing the world of manufacturing, using robots to assemble a IKEA chair and 3D printers using heat to eliminate the need for assembly. The general algorithm and existing material systems for these 3D printers should eventually lead to the manufacturing of large, strong self-folding objects, such as chairs, boats, or even satellites.

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5G: The Catalyst for Internet of Things Innovation, Vikrant Gandhi | Apr. 13, 2018
5G technology will play a role in supporting the next generation of Internet of Things services in the automotive, industrial and healthcare industries. Industry leaders argue that 5G is critical to the efficient deployment of IoT services. A growth-oriented regulatory environment will be essential to the deployment of 5G technology.

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Harvard Kennedy School and Bank of America Announce The Council on the Responsible Use of Artificial Intelligence

Bloomberg Law Code & Conduit, Dean Garfield | Apr. 10, 2018
It may be too early to regulate the robots. But the U.S. government needs to play a big part in the rollout of artificial intelligence to make sure it benefits society, Dean Garfield, president and CEO of ITI told Bloomberg Law. “Whether you call it collaboration or national strategy, I think some exercise aimed at motivating the country to recognize the importance of AI is critically needed,” Garfield said.

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