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An introduction to implementing AI in manufacturing

Overview

Artificial intelligence (AI) is gradually being implemented in almost every aspect of our lives. In medicine, geology, customer data analysis, autonomous vehicles and even art, its applications are everywhere and its uses are constantly evolving. However, AI has raised at least as many questions as it has answered, including how the technology is defined and used (assisted vs. augmented vs. autonomous intelligence, for example), whether computers are capable of thinking in the same way as humans (the so-called Turing test), the broader impact of automation on society, and the unanticipated ethical and moral dilemmas it may cause.

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Anil Khurana

Global Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive Leader, Principal, PwC United States

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Dr. Bashar El-Jawhari

Consumer and Industrial Products and Services, Partner, PwC Middle East

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Martin Whyte

Digital Operations Analytics, Director, PwC Germany

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S&O Industry, Director, PwC Belgium

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Anil Khurana

Anil Khurana

Global Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive Leader, Principal, PwC United States

Tel: +1 (734) 773 8902

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John Livingstone

Global Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive Tax Leader, PwC United States

Paul Harvey

Paul Harvey

Industry Executive, Industrial Manufacturing & Automotive, PwC United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0) 7738 845 605

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