Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing Engineering

Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing Engineering
MechoMotive: Machines

Concept of AI

Consider that you are standing on the road and waiting for our friend to arrive. Thousand of people pass by you but when your friend arrives you can recognize him instantly because face recognition is a easy task for human beings. Face Recognition is an example of a task that people find very easy, but that is very hard for computer. These tasks are often called Artificial Intelligence.

Artificial Intelligence

Artificial Intelligence is the area of computer science that tries to make machines that can replicate human intelligence to do tasks that humans can do, but if historically been very difficult for machines. That doesn’t necessarily mean things that we would call intelligent in Humans.

If your friend is master in playing chess then we can call him intelligent but for computer it is easy to play chess. The computer won the chess match against world chess champion Garry Kasparov in 1990’s.

The tasks that any healthy human could do effortlessly are still incredibly difficult challenges for artificial intelligence. Artificial Intelligence is one of the most advanced technologies in the field of computer science. It is linked with human intelligence through similar characteristics like better decision making, language understanding, etc.

Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are powerful tools to minimize the consumption of resources and energy in every industrial process. Manufacturing Industries are using technological models to optimize power consumption and resources. The advancements of artificial intelligence have opened new horizons for production optimization.

Artificial Intelligence helps to build a statistical model using available data from many sources such as the reading of many sensors, initial material used for manufacturing, and more. By using this data manufacturer predict accurate parameters of the final product.

Effect of Covid-19 on ‘Artificial Intelligence in Manufacturing Engineering’

World War III rumors. Earthquakes. Cyclones. Locust attack. Bushfires. Worldwide economic declination. Asteroids. COVID-19. All these events have happened in 2020. Covid-19 has impacted the economy to a great extent. Recovery is very essential and still, Covid cases are not in control.

Because of COVID-19, So many manufacturers all around the globe are facing problems. Due to COVID-19, the manufacturers are being stricken and are expecting a decline in the demand, production, and revenues until about mid-2021. Especially the automobile sector, electronics, heavy metal machines production is facing problems due to rapid disruption of raw material availability.