Artificial Intelligence: how man and machine are progressively working as one
Futuris looks at how the relationship between man and machine in modern manufacturing is evolving through the adoption of Artificial Intelligence and automation.
No one knows the job better than the person who is doing it – that is the idea behind a package of novel ideas designed to make the most of factory workers’ knowledge and experience.
In Seinajoki, Finland, metal company Prima Power is trialing two of the EU’s Factory2Fit project solutions.
This €4m study explores new ways for people and machines to work together.
Dr Eija Kaasinen from technical research centre VTT says the aim is to put people at the centre and to enable them to participate in designing their own work environment.
“They can participate in designing their work environment and how the work is organised and also give them ways to share their practical knowledge that often is tacit and not so visible.”
Dr Eija Kaasinen / Euronews
VTT Technical Research Centre