The artificial intelligence and robotics center AIRE (EDIH) is co-financed by the European Union from the "European Digital Innovation Hubs" program (project number 101083677) and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications.
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Artificial intelligence in your everyday production
Practical examples of how artificial intelligence (AI) can be used to increase efficiency in manufacturing and what common problems in industry can be solved with AI.
“There are applications for AI at every stage: forecasting, planning, warehouse management, manufacturing and quality control,” explains Martin Rebane, the Science Park’s AI Manager. “At the seminar, we will give examples of how to use voice commands to manage production, make automated quotes, control quality or optimise production schedules. We will also discuss how and what data a manufacturing company could collect to maximise the potential of artificial intelligence”.
Tartu Science Park invites manufacturing companies to a seminar on the use of artificial intelligence on 23 November. The seminar is aimed at companies in the wood, textiles, machinery, electronics, food, energy, mining, defence and aerospace industries.
The seminar will also feature companies talking about their experience with the AIRE AI consultancy service of the Centre for Artificial Intelligence and Robotics.
Why participate? The AIRE seminar will bring together industry opinion leaders to share their knowledge and experience on the challenges of digitalisation. This is a great opportunity to learn from the best practices of other companies and to find new opportunities and contacts to boost your company’s competitiveness.
If you can’t wait until the webinar to implement AI, you can read more now and sign up for a one-to-one AI consultation: https://teaduspark.ee/ai/ PS! Our AI consultancy is free of charge and will be counted as de minimis state aid.
at 9:30 a.m. assembly and morning coffee break
kl 10:00 Martin Rebane, Tartu Science Park, Head of AI field
10:45 am Representatives of companies.
kl 11:30 networking with refreshments
kl 12:15 – 13:00 Protolab OÜ https://protolab.io/ visit to the Tartu Science Park’s Silicon Fortress.
Contact: Ingrid Hunt, firstname.lastname@example.org , Tartu Science Park.
The AIRE centre is co-funded by the European Union’s Digital Europe Programme (European Digital Innovation Hubs or EDIH programme) and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Communications (AI & Robotics Estonia – EDIH, project number 101083677).