AI & Machine Learning

AI & Machine Learning June 13, 2023

Machine learning approach used in crystalline structures for solid-state batteries

Machine learning (ML) approach opens insights into an entire class of materials being pursued for solid-state batteries by Duke University researchers.

By Ken Kingery
AI & Machine Learning June 10, 2023

Researcher improving safety for autonomous systems

A University of Wisconsin-Madison researcher is working to establish a theoretical framework and design control algorithms to ensure the safety of autonomous systems with machine learning components.

By Adam Malecek
AI & Machine Learning April 13, 2023

How will artificial intelligence change the job of the plant manager?

Will you lose your job to artificial intelligence? How AI is changing the game

By Amara Rozgus
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
AI & Machine Learning November 29, 2022

Operationalize machine learning at the edge

Overcome the obstacles facing the oil & gas industry with the Internet of Things (IoT), which has had a major impact.

By Jason McCampbell
AI & Machine Learning September 14, 2022

Improving worker optimization on the factory floor with artificial intelligence

Artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to enhance worker productivity by gathering information about their work performance and turning it into actionable data.

By Chris Vavra
Figure 2: A complete and fully automated solution inspects solder joints at BSH. Using Micropsi’s MIRAI, the solution was trained through human demonstration instead of programmed. Instead of manually guiding the probe to each individual solder joint, employees can now concentrate on value-creating activities. Courtesy: Micropsi Industries
AI & Machine Learning September 5, 2022

Software improves AI, automation flexibility

Software-based artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to give robots abilities that allow them to straddle the flexibility gap between small batch manufacturing and high-volume automation.

By Matt Jones
Courtesy: Dataprophet
AI & Machine Learning July 25, 2022

Top 5 Plant Engineering content: July 18-24, 2022

The most-viewed content from the past week covered AI-as-a-service, geothermal energy, hydraulic cylinders, maintenance management plans and predictive maintenance. Miss something? You can catch up here.

By Christina Miller