For many years, the concept of artificial intelligence was little more than a buzzword. Although the concept was exciting, the business world saw little in the way of practical applications for daily operational use, which led some manufacturing stakeholders to dismiss the concept altogether.
As research and technology around AI heats up, so does user interest in manufacturing – but there’s still a lot of education to be done around the use cases, and how it can be integrated into existing processes to maximize benefit.
Specifically, AI-powered solutions can deliver huge benefits to the food processing industry – but only if businesses can avoid its many pitfalls and select and implement solutions in a smart, strategic way.
James Newman is the head of product and portfolio marketing at Augury, which helps companies eliminate production downtime, improve process efficiency, maximize yield and reduce waste and emissions. He joins Food Manufacturing to discuss how Augury empowers customers with prescriptive insights into their machines and processes through AI-driven technology and industry-specific expertise that helps transform how they work.