Machine learning is a profound technology platform shift that is helping shape our next Industrial Revolution. Progressive business leaders are often called upon to find ways to unlock new value from machine learning.
Machine learning is a type of artificial intelligence (AI) that provides computer programs with the ability to learn without being explicitly programmed. Machine learning enables the development of intelligent computer systems that can teach themselves to grow and change when exposed to new data.
Implemented correctly, machine learning can help industrial manufacturers turn data into insights. Typical use cases include:
Finding the right starting point can be a challenge. Kalypso offers a suite of machine learning quick-start strategy and implementation services to rapidly create value with machine learning. Kalypso works with organizations to deliver digital innovation in the smart, connected world using leading IoT platforms like ThingWorx and predictive analytics solutions like ThingWorx Analytics. In a short period of time, companies can leverage these technologies through strategic experiments that connect their historical data to a predictive analytics engine.
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With the right strategy, industrial manufacturers can capitalize on the opportunity to generate business insights from data, capturing sustainable economic value. Here’s an example of a use case.
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