AI Articles and Analysis in Heavy industry

Explore articles and analysis related to artificial intelligence in heavy industry, including coverage of manufacturing, utilities, mining, and more.

AI and B2B Customer Journey Signals – with Carlos Quezada of Hewlett Packard Enterprises@1x-min

AI and B2b Customer Journey Signals – with Carlos Quezada of Hewlett Packard Enterprises

Companies that use AI copilots experience numerous benefits, including streamlined processes, improved customer experience, and cost savings. Large language models (LLMs) form the basis of many AI copilot applications. While LLMs have a remarkable capacity to generate humanlike text, that same capability is the reason businesses need to exercise caution in order to prevent misapplications of this otherwise transformative technology. 

Artificial Intelligence at Procter & Gamble@2x-min

Artificial Intelligence at Procter & Gamble

Procter and Gamble (P&G) is an American multinational goods corporation. The company is well known for its fabric & home care, family care, beauty, healthcare, and grooming products. P&G owns several of the most well-known brand names in the world, including Pampers, Tide, Gillette, Always, Head & Shoulders, and many more. 

Var.1_Streamlining Field Services with AI – with Leaders from Aquant, Xylem and Johnson Control

Streamlining Field Services with AI – with Leaders from Aquant, Xylem and Johnson Controls

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Avoiding Disurptions in Supply Chains with AI – Two Use Cases@1x

AI for Avoiding Supply Chain Disruptions – Two Use Cases

This article is co-authored by Rudrendu Paul

Global supply chains face mounting disruptions - pandemic aftershocks, geopolitical conflicts like the Ukraine war, climate events like flooding in Malaysia, and cyber-attacks - all of which have created massive bottlenecks. According to the World Economic Forum, global supply chains are facing the worst shortages in 50 years due to the pandemic and the war in Ukraine.

Beyond GPUs_ The Future of AI Computing with Perspectives from Intel, GE Research, Groq and Rain@2x

Beyond GPUs: The Future of AI Computing with Perspectives from Intel, GE Research, Groq and Rain

Edge AI, also known as edge intelligence, is a term that refers to the convergence of two dynamic technological trends: edge computing and Artificial Intelligence. In today's tech landscape, the proliferation of mobile devices and advancements in communication technologies have fueled the rise of edge computing, which focuses on processing data at the network edge. 

AI at Bosch@1x-min

Artificial Intelligence at Bosch

Bosch is a German multinational technology and engineering company headquartered in Gerlingen, Germany. Bosch manufactures products across various industries, including aerospace, automotive, energy and utilities, healthcare and others.

Artificial Intelligence at DHL@2x-min

Artificial Intelligence at DHL – Two Applications at the World’s Largest Logistics Company

DHL is a German logistics company that offers parcel delivery, express mail, freight forwarding, and third-party logistics. Its parent company is Deutsche Post (‘DPDHL’), the world’s largest logistics enterprise, operating in over 220 countries and employing more than 510,000 people worldwide. 

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The Importance of Real-Time Telemetric Data in Manufacturing@2x-min

The Importance of Real-Time Telemetric Data in Manufacturing – with Remi Duquette of Maya HTT

The manufacturing industry has changed in recent years. Humans on the shop floor have always used their senses and experience to anticipate machine failure before it occurs. Now, AI can be used in conjunction with human expertise.

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