Overcoming internal AI challenges

In the Press

"So you’ve heard about how artificial intelligence (AI) can bring efficiency and other benefits to different aspects of your manufacturing processes. You’ve identified areas of your business that need automating. What’s the next step you need to take?"

Our Chief Technology Officer, Tate Cantrell, was quoted in a recent article by Raconteur. As factories are getting more and more connected with sensors and machines working in tandem, The need for data to be processed quickly and efficiently by these companies will become paramount to their operations. Tate gave his thoughts on how manufacturers need to start implementing high powered computing particularly in the cloud. "By incorporating AI into HPC applications, companies can ensure even smarter and more efficient computing" says Tate.

Read the full article here: https://www.raconteur.net/manufacturing/overcoming-internal-ai-challenges

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