Though the use of artificial intelligence (AI) is increasing across the industrial automation spectrum, many in industry are still unclear about its application and benefits. This is not surprising considering that AI applications are not something most end users will ever knowingly directly interface with. AI tends to work behind the scenes, processing inputs and actions to streamline the functions of the systems that employ it.
Even though you may not need to learn how to interact with AI, having a basic understanding of how it works will likely be as important as understanding how to setup a Wi-Fi network in your home. Weíve all learned so much about Wi-Fi networks because of how much we depend them. The same will likely be said of AI in the near future.
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