There are enterprises leveraging machine intelligence. Here’s what you can learn from their experience in the field. Follow this thread for more from #EmTechNEXT.
You could learn a thing or two from the construction industry. https://www.technologyreview.com/s/611141/ai-could-help-the-construction-industry-work-faster-and-keep-its-workforce-accident-free/ …
And agriculture (or robots that farm). https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612230/new-autonomous-farm-wants-to-produce-food-without-human-workers/ …
And, last but not least, manufacturing. https://www.technologyreview.com/s/612477/companies-fed-up-with-crappy-wi-fi-are-deploying-5g-instead/ …
asked itself if it could use an algorithm to predict when a safety incident would happen on a construction site. The answer was yes. #emtechnext
Now it’s trying to usher in change within the rest of the construction industry. That's surprised their competitors, who aren't used to sharing data. #emtechnext
But there will be other technology that will be important to feeding a growing world, says Alexander.
Enter hydroponics. #emtechnext
"It’s not about making manufacturing sexy. It’s about making it work" - @tulipinterfaces CEO Natan Linder
Is the future of manufacturing augmented workers? #emtechnext
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