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44. The Intersection of AI & Manufacturing AI: IRL

    • Business

Manufacturing has long had robots carrying out certain tasks — but those robots require a high amount of inputs on the front end. Then, once those inputs are created, the robots are “stuck” in that position. Throw off the temperature of the manufacturing floor, the orientation of an object, or any other small detail, and that robot has very little ability to respond.
But now, with advanced robotics, at least one company is trying to create more aware robots that can respond to their environment.
On this episode, Costas Boulis joined us to share how Bright Machines is reinventing manufacturing with advanced robotics
Costas is the Chief Scientist at Bright Machines, and was previously an Applied Scientist at Amazon and a Data Scientist for Microsoft, among other advanced science positions. He has a PhD in Electrical Engineering, and received scholar positions at both John Hopkins and Stanford.
What we talked about:
Industrial manufacturing IIOT AI, robotics, and the future of industrial manufacturing This discussion with Costas Boulis was taken from our AI: In Real Life podcast. If you want to hear more AI episodes like this one, check us out on Apple Podcasts.
 
If you don’t use Apple Podcasts, you can also find every episode here.

Manufacturing has long had robots carrying out certain tasks — but those robots require a high amount of inputs on the front end. Then, once those inputs are created, the robots are “stuck” in that position. Throw off the temperature of the manufacturing floor, the orientation of an object, or any other small detail, and that robot has very little ability to respond.
But now, with advanced robotics, at least one company is trying to create more aware robots that can respond to their environment.
On this episode, Costas Boulis joined us to share how Bright Machines is reinventing manufacturing with advanced robotics
Costas is the Chief Scientist at Bright Machines, and was previously an Applied Scientist at Amazon and a Data Scientist for Microsoft, among other advanced science positions. He has a PhD in Electrical Engineering, and received scholar positions at both John Hopkins and Stanford.
What we talked about:
Industrial manufacturing IIOT AI, robotics, and the future of industrial manufacturing This discussion with Costas Boulis was taken from our AI: In Real Life podcast. If you want to hear more AI episodes like this one, check us out on Apple Podcasts.
 
If you don’t use Apple Podcasts, you can also find every episode here.

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