During a well-attended Open Factory April 10-12 at its Pianoro headquarters plant outside Bologna Italy, pharmaceutical packaging machinery specialist Marchesini Group (www.marchesini.com) officially unveiled its Industry 4.0 program.
Industry 4.0, of course, is the fourth industrial revolution, a transformation now underway where sensors, machines, and IT systems will be tightly integrated all along the value chain. These connected systems can interact with one another thanks to standardized Internet-based communications protocols. And by interacting with one another, they can analyze data to predict failure, reconfigure themselves, and adapt to changes. Industry 4.0, sometimes called the Internet of Things (IoT), will make it possible to gather and analyze data across machines, resulting in faster, more flexible, and more efficient manufacturing processes to produce higher-quality goods at a reduced cost. (Full Article)
Albert Smith - Hidden Brains
Someone on popular question and answer platform Quora had asked a question about how will Artificial Intelligence fare in the future. Will they rule over us as showcased in most of the hollywood movies?
The answer goes like this:
Artificial intelligence is not “intelligence”. And it’s not “artificial consciousness”.
Everyone is afraid that AI will suddenly wake up, get upset, and take over the world.
Or that AI will wake up and take all of our jobs. This will happen. But without the “wake up” part.
Below I describe what real AI is. (Full Article)
As the name suggests, the purpose of this post is to burst the jargon bubble — “Deep Learning”, along with some of the related AI bubbles floating around in the industry as well as the academia. Probably when you heard about Deep Learning, you might have come across similar jargons like Data Science, AI, Machine Learning, Pattern Recognition etc. (Full Article)