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Machine learning (ML) is a sector that is both growing exponentially right along with MLs twin, artificial intelligence (AI). IDC predicts that AI and ML spending will explode in the coming years, from $8 billion in 2016 to $47 billion by 2020.
While the two terms are used interchangeably, and often together, there […]
Quartz April 20, 2018 By Alice Truong
Southwest Airlines on April 17 experienced the first accident-related fatality on a U.S. passenger airline since 2009 after an engine failure. Now the Associated Press and Reuters report that Southwest had previously opposed a recommendation by its engine manufacturer to inspect fan blades within 12 months, arguing […]
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Indian Manufacturing News April 19, 2018 Responding to the Amazon effect and todays consumer demands, manufacturers are reprioritizing and focusing their technology investments on inventory optimization solutions (43%) and integrated planning and execution technologies (41%), according to findings from the 2018 Intelligent Manufacturing survey conducted by JDA Software, Inc. The survey findings suggest manufacturers are […]
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Global Data Point April 19, 2018 riskmethods, the market leader in supply chain risk management, announced on April 18 the results of a global survey on cost, risk and the evolving role of procurement in todays supply chains. The survey focused on uncovering how well procurement teams today are balancing cost savings vs risk management […]
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