Tag: <span>machine learning</span>
AI & Machine Learning February 23, 2023

Plant Engineering most-viewed AI and machine learning articles in 2023

Read the best articles about AI and machine learning including AI-based maintenance, software improving AI, AI-enabled robots and more.

By Tyler Wall
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
Oil and Gas October 14, 2022

How AI Is transforming refinery construction

Artificial intelligence (AI) can help enhance refinery construction by leveraging its ability to control and enhance data.

By Anna Liza Montenegro
Additive Manufacturing September 2, 2022

Programmable materials that sense movements developed

A method for 3D printing materials with tunable mechanical properties that sense how they are moving and interacting with the environment has been developed.

By Adam Zewe
Image courtesy: Brett Sayles
AI & Machine Learning May 19, 2022

How unsupervised machine learning benefits industrial automation

Unsupervised ML is designed to act on unlabeled data using algorithms that excel at identifying patterns and pinpointing anomalies in data ranging from condition monitoring and performance testing to cybersecurity and asset management.

By Kristin Lewotsky
Courtesy: Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT)
Robotics May 2, 2022

Easier ways to teach robots new skills

MIT researchers have developed a technique that enables a robot to learn a pick-and-place task with only a handful of human demonstrations.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: A3
Predictive and Preventive Maintenance April 4, 2022

Getting started with AI-based predictive maintenance

Artificial intelligence (AI), and particularly machine learning (ML), provide effective tools for implementing predictive maintenance.

By Kristin Lewotsky
From left: Assistant Professor Lianyi Chen and PhD students Luis Escano and Minglei Qu study metal 3D printing in Chen’s lab. Courtesy: Renee Meiller, University of Wisconsin-Madison
Discrete Manufacturing March 14, 2022

Top 5 Plant Engineering articles March 7-13, 2022

Articles about a method developed to reduce additive manufacturing flaws, improving maintenance operations with data analytics, and more were Plant Engineering’s five most clicked articles from March 7-13, 2022. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Keagan Gay
Courtesy: Chris Vavra, CFE Media and Technology
Robotics March 14, 2022

Helping humans understand robots

Researchers from MIT and Harvard suggest that applying theories from cognitive science and educational psychology to the area of human-robot interaction can help humans build more accurate mental models of their robot collaborators.

By Adam Zewe
Courtesy: Southwest Research Institute
Energy Efficiency & Management March 7, 2022

Additive manufacturing, machine learning used to create advanced burner

Southwest Research Institute (SwRI) will collaborate with the University of Michigan to use additive manufacturing and machine learning to create an advanced burner designed to eliminate almost all the methane encountered during oil production.

By Southwest Research Institute (SwRI)
Analytics March 7, 2022

Improving maintenance operations with data analytics

Increase reliability by planning and integrating analytics using Big Data that’s already being collected during maintenance operations. See five steps to implementing data analytics in maintenance operations.

By Aaron Merkin