How to Detect Defects Using AI (from Nanalyze)

Anna-Katrina Shedletsky

Nanalyze, a leading investment information website profiled Instrumental this week in their latest installment of articles on Artificial Intelligence.

Here’s an excerpt of the article:

Many machine learning applications sound cool on paper until you try them in the real world. Since this technology was built by a couple of ex-Apple engineers, it’s already being put to good use in improving quality assurance for various use cases across all types of manufacturing. A recent example is Motorola, which has rolled Instrumental out across all of their smartphone development lines. Motorola has found that Instrumental technology has enabled them to identify defects faster, save significant amounts of money in development by avoiding extra experiments, and ramp into production much more quickly.

Read the whole article here.

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