Artificial intelligence and CNC are a potential dream team. There is, however, still a lot of work to be done in order to make that a reality.
MMS Online said, "The hope of applying AI to manufacturing is still in its early stages, and one of the first steps is just to figure out what the one might mean for the other."
Connecting AI and CNC could result in some amazing experimentation and even brand new terminology. Looking for patterns and analyzing data to find relationships might mean a whole new understanding of how manufacturing could change and improve.
How do you imagine these technologies working together?
In manufacturing, AI generally refers to machine learning and the current mainstream is deep learning.Thus, Dr. Schmitz explained how the application of AI to machining research at UNCC has involved a hybrid approach in which programming based on the physical understanding of the system guides the data learning from the outset.Read More