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Learn how AI technology is able to utilize small data sets to help companies quickly capture a wide variety of product anomalies, and dynamically update defect books for real-time training. Today’s AI solutions are maximizing efficiency, minimizing product defects, and eliminating wasted inventory for companies worldwide.
Speaker info: Dr. Dongyan Wang, VP AI Transformation at Landing AI, a company founded by Andrew Ng to empower companies with artificial intelligence. Prior to Landing AI, Dr. Wang served as senior executive for multiple Fortune Global 500 enterprises such as Midea Group, NetApp, and Cisco, leveraging artificial intelligence, data science and blockchain technologies to lead strategic enterprise-wide transformation initiatives. He has also served as the COO of Grand Intelligence, a technology consulting company, and Chief AI Officer of a Blockchain + AI startup. Dr. Wang holds a PhD in Electrical Engineering and Computer Science. He holds more than 10 granted US granted US patents, 10+ international patents, and 30+ pending patents.
John Wilczynski, executive director, discusses how the pandemic affected supply chains, sourcing, and interest in additive manufacturing as well as President Biden's Critical Supply Chains executive order.
Bruno Menard, software director with Teledyne DALSA, explains how artificial intelligence will improve a growing number of applications. Here he explains trends in AI and how manufacturers can benefit from the technology. For more on the subject, read his article in the May edition “How AI Software Enables More Accurate Quality Inspection.”
A conversation on XRF Technology—the importance of knowing what should be important to end users and how they intend to use it—with Ted Shields, Portable Products Manager, Analytical Instruments, for Olympus.
Harry Moser, founder of the Reshoring Initiative, discusses how the pandemic has affected reshoring, the connection between reshoring and automation, and the quality improvements possible with reshoring.
3D scanning is a hot topic, and there are many different technologies to choose from. In this podcast, Len and Dan from LMI Technologies introduce to you the main types of 3D scanning on the market, and which ones are best suited to your needs.