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Tractor Maker John Deere Using AI on Assembly Lines to Discover and Fix Hidden Defective Welds

It’s never been easy to detect defective welds in machinery. That’s because it is difficult to see deep inside welds to check for proper and complete bonding as metal ...Full Article

Israeli AI Startup Razor Labs Bypasses VC Route, Instead Going Public on Tel Aviv Stock Exchange

AI startups based in Israel have had little difficulty raising venture funding. Some are now following the lead of their U.S. counterparts by going public. Among the first is ...Full Article

Intel CPUs Gaining Optimized Deep Learning Inferencing from Deci in New Collaboration

Intel Corp. and deep learning startup Deci are partnering to help enterprises dramatically optimize inferencing and make their deep learning models more efficient and faster using Intel CPUs. The ...Full Article

C3 AI Launching a Technology Licensing Office After Getting Broad AI Software Patent

Enterprise AI software platform vendor C3 AI will begin licensing its model-driven architecture and other technologies later this year after receiving a broad, new “omnibus” U.S. patent for its ...Full Article

AWS Aims 5 AI Tools to Modernize Manufacturing and Industrial Plants

Amazon Web Services is moving to expand industrial AI use with five new industry-focused AI tools that can watch over manufacturing plants 24/7 to detect problems on assembly lines ...Full Article

Better Farming with AI: How Tractor Autopilot Can Help Farmers More Than Having Autonomous Tractors

Since 1915, when affordable, engine-driven tractors started becoming widely available to farmers in the US, a newfound efficiency in growing and harvesting crops quickly revolutionized agriculture. Engine-driven equipment meant ...Full Article
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