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White Paper - The Transformative Power of Cognitive Automation in Manufacturing Technology

Artificial intelligence (AI) is the theory and development of computer systems able to perform tasks that normally require human intelligence. Cognitive technologies are a subset of AI that perform tasks that “only” humans have previously been able to perform.

The automation of cognitive technologies to business processes that are information-intensive or laborious for humans to manage enters the domain of cognitive automation. Cognitive automation is based on software bringing intelligence to information intensive processes. Manufacturing was the first major industry to really embrace what we today call “cognitive automation.”

“Cognitive technologies let manufacturers understand what is happening in their manufacturing processes and translate it into actionable information. It’s a tremendous opportunity.”
—Johan Israelson, Senior Vice-President & Head of Global Sales, Sandvik Applied Manufacturing Technologies

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