AI Articles and Analysis in Transportation

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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. 

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.

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Artificial Intelligence at ExxonMobil – Two Applications at the Largest Western Oil Company

ExxonMobil is the largest investor-owned company in the world and the largest oil company by revenue in the Western world.

Artificial Intelligence at Toyota

Artificial Intelligence at Toyota

Toyota came to the United States in the late 1950s, setting up its US headquarters in California. A decade later, the Japanese automaker became the third-largest import brand in the United States. In 1968, Toyota introduced the Corolla, now the world’s best-selling passenger car. Today, Toyota is rebranding itself as a mobility company. 

Three Transformative AI Use-Cases in Manufacturing@2x

Three Transformative AI Use-Cases in Manufacturing – with Everton Paulino of SambaNova

This article has been sponsored by SambaNova Systems and was written, edited, and published in alignment with Emerj’s sponsored content guidelines.

Artificial Intelligence at Tesla

Artificial Intelligence at Tesla – Two Current Use-Cases

Founded in 2003 as Tesla Motors, the electric vehicle and clean energy company based in California currently has a market cap of over $700 billion - making it more valuable than the top seven automakers combined. Today, Tesla is well-known for its electric vehicles but the company also produces products for sustainable energy generation and storage such as solar panels, solar roof tiles, and more to enable “homeowners, businesses, and utilities to manage renewable energy generation, storage, and consumption”. 

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Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Supply Chain and Logstics

Artificial Intelligence and the Future of Supply Chain and Logistics

Supply chains contain every material, component, product and packaging for the objects that together compose the world we live in. However, there is an often invisible ingredient to successful supply chains: data. 

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