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Toby Mankertz, Business Transformation Advisor at Columbus, is joined by Kevin Bull, Product Strategy Director, and Nicholas Lea-Trengrouse, Head of Business Intelligence, to discuss applying artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) within manufacturing organizations.

Watch the video podcast to learn:

  • The practicalities of implementing AI or ML across your manufacturing organization
  • How to overcome common difficulties you may face when implementing AI or ML solutions
  • The considerations that should be taken to effectively onboard new technologies to everyday work

 

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