Category: Manufacturing

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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How Artificial Intelligence Is Reshaping Commerce

CB Insights | Apr. 3, 2018
Amazon and Alibaba are using big data and AI to implement end-to-end solutions that focus on the overall retail experience. In contrast, most retailers are focusing their AI-efforts on specific parts of the retail chain. In this infographic, CB Insights illustrates different stages in bringing a product to market, from manufacturing to delivery, and how companies are using AI-enabled automation — including facial recognition, demand forecasting, and computer vision-based robots — to enhance each of these stages.

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Everything You Need to Know About the Internet of Things

Seamgen.com, Danny McConville | Apr. 2, 2018
The Internet of Things (IoT) is changing the world. Seamgen’s inforgraphic examines how IoT is impacting the automotive, banking, hospitality and manufacturing sectors. By 2025, IoT will have an 11.1 trillion annual impact on the economy, according to McKinsey & Co.

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Incorporating the Internet of Things into Retail Banking

Raconteur’s Internet of Things for Business, Finbarr Toesland | Nov. 28, 2017
You’d have to be living in some kind of a news blackout not to have heard chatter about cryptocurrencies recently. The granddaddy of ‘em all–BitCoin–has appreciated roughly 2000% over the past twelve months. This puts the total value of all BitCoin close $300B, making it more valuable than roughly 490 of the companies in the Fortune 500 – and far more valuable than any of the banks that were deemed too big to fail during the financial crisis.

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