DarwinAI is making waves in just about every industry.
First, they were helping Audi develop far more efficient autonomous driving technology. Then they started helping Lockheed Martin with their artificial intelligence applications. When COVID-19 spread across the world, they applied their Explainable AI (XAI) platform toward developing unique new ways to detect positive cases.
And now, DarwinAI is becoming the leader in applying machine learning to challenges in the manufacturing sector, an industry that is ripe with opportunities to innovate with new technologies.
Who are they helping? What types of problems are they solving? How can companies looking to innovate work with them?
We asked Sheldon Fernandez, the CEO at DarwinAI, to answer these questions and more.
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