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Integrating artificial intelligence in a manufacturing process requires planning and small steps, say experts with Georgia AIM

The flat, wheeled robot gingerly moved across the floor, aiming for a taped square in the far…

Georgia AIM, part of Georgia Tech's Enterprise Innovation Institute, works to drive AI adoption to lead the next revolution in U.S. manufacturing across all sectors, geographies, communities, and across underrepresented constituencies.

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To gain an edge in manufacturing, it helps to have experience with new and emerging technologies.

That’s why faculty at Georgia Institute of Technology are partnering with the Technical College System of Georgia to provide TCSG students…

The Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute (GTMI) recently hosted its ninth Internet of Things for Manufacturing (IoTfM) Symposium (November 8, 2023) focused on…

The CAMX expo is the largest, most comprehensive composites and advanced materials event in North America. This year, the event was held in Atlanta at the Georgia World…

Thomas Kurfess, Ph.D., P.E., has been appointed to the Department of the Navy Science and Technology Board (DoN S&T Board). Kurfess is the chief manufacturing officer of the Georgia Institute of Technology and the executive…

A good battery needs two things: high energy density to power devices, and stability, so it can be safely and reliably recharged thousands of times. For the past three decades, lithium-ion batteries have reigned supreme — proving their…

The Novelis Innovation Hub at Georgia Tech organized a "AI Applications Workshop" on June 8, 2023. This hybrid event took place on the Georgia Tech campus and brought together a diverse group of participants, including over 50 scientists and…