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2020 will be a pivotal year in A.I.-related employment dynamics, according to Gartner, Inc., as artificial intelligence (A.I.) will become a positive job motivator.
In the quest to increase productivity in material handling and manufacturing environments and be more responsive to the changing interests and expectations of the consumer, companies are increasingly embracing new technology.
There has been a lot written about the internet of things (IoT) and how it will affect nearly every global industry — from retail to connected vehicles.
More than a half century after he postulated it, (Gordon) Moore’s Law is still highly relevant, and the consequences have dramatically revolutionized our world.
As large enterprises seek to deploy next-generation asset tracking technologies to improve operational efficiencies, the market will hit $4.5bn by 2022, according to ABI Research.
When it comes to new technology, development usually proceeds incrementally. But progress continues to be made on many fronts.
Eco-conscious diners can rely on restaurants to tell them their fish comes from a sustainable source, but it can be hard to know for sure.
As 2018 begins, Supply Management rounds up some predictions for the year ahead.
Although any number of trends surface in every industry every year, we’ve seen some winners in 2017 that are driving environmental improvements across all industries.
Blockchain is getting bigger at Big Blue.
Joseph Selle, IBM's executive in charge of cognitive transformation and operations, is among technology experts who believe artificial intelligence is applicable not only across the supply chain but throughout every department and function in a company.
Logistics providers have been relatively slow in embracing artificial intelligence and machine learning. Now, the technology is finally beginning to have an impact on key business decisions throughout the industry.
Imagine being able to know not only where everything is exactly, but its condition, and what has happened to it along the way. The implications are enormous — temperature can be monitored and adjusted en route, unexpected delays can be determined and corrected, and deliveries to the wrong location...
International Data Corporation (IDC) surveyed the global manufacturing landscape for its new report, "IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Manufacturing Predictions 2018." The global market intelligence firm examined ecosystems and experiences, greater intelligence in operational assets and processes, data...
Are you making the fourth industrial revolution happen, or is the disruption happening to you?