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MIMO – McKinsey Study Published in the Harvard Business Review
The MIT MIMO and McKinsey & Co. collaborative study of artificial intelligence (AI) in manufacturing and operations now live in the current edition of the Harvard Business Review. This first-of-its-kind study is a comprehensive undertaking to identify how manufacturing and operations leaders create the right organizational capabilities and prioritize the use cases with the largest KPI improvements.
The Forum is a weekly in-person PhD level research discussion group on novel applications of machine intelligence in manufacturing and operations. Discussions include MIT student / faculty researchers and industry speakers sharing current methodological and application-oriented work.
MIT MIMO works in collaboration with the Leaders for Global Operations program to help deploy the latest innovations in deep learning and machine learning into manufacturing and operations. In addition to the LGO, MIMO is also working closely with Operations Research Center, MIT Quest for Intelligence, CSAIL, and other MIT faculty in the MIT Schwarzman College of Computing.
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ML in Manufacturing and Operations, Challenges and Opportunities, MIMO Presented at MIT Research and Development Conference
On November 12th, Professor Duane Boning (MIT Electrical Engineering and Computer Science department) announced the new MIT program on Machine Intelligence for Manufacturing and Operations (MIMO) during his presentation to the MIT QUEST for Intelligence audience at the MIT ILP Research and Development Conference.
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