The Fourth Industrial Revolution is here, and it is provoking apprehension in many executives and companies, as well as a fear of being left behind.
While some believe that artificial intelligence could replace workers, it will, in fact, create a more productive and creative workforce.
Artificial intelligence will take our jobs, but many others will rise to replace them. So, what will the workforce become when AI ‘takes over’?
Artificial intelligence is often lauded as the future of our lives, our homes and the way we function and consume. But what about its role in business?
We always hear about the internal benefits of supply chain optimisation, but what if it could actually drive business to your company?
Smart manufacturing is the future of manufacturing, and a key part of the Fourth Industrial Revoution, and it’s not as simple as using automated machines.
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution drives technological innovation, it makes sense that the mining sector is also becoming smart.
While it might seem like the future of production is merely us being replaced by robots, the reality is a lot more mundane. In a good way.
Artificial intelligence can do anything from write articles to analyse data. It’s versatile. It’s intelligent. But do you really understand it?