Artificial intelligence and industry 4.0
By Ron van Helvoirt on Nov 29, 2020
When we talk about Artificial Intelligence, there are always two narratives:
- The doom scenario; there is nothing you can do about it as a human being.
- A solution to all problems; it is going to save you.
DUCKMADE is aware of possible ethical implications and is critical of empirically obtained data. After all, each system requires specific data. Which variable is needed? Which one do I take with me? Which services are taken over by using Artificial Intelligence? Often only the relatively simple tasks can be automated. The difficult and often emotional questions remain for the employees. The question is whether your employees are prepared for this? Will it be a doomsday scenario or a solution to the problem?
For users, what they can trust is always relevant. What they can understand. And whether this can be built on and its predictability. Developers normally only want to build beautiful and often complicated models with a large blackbox character. Often without considering the ethical consequences.
So, before we start designing on the basis of no-code, we bring users and developers together. DUCKMADE is the bridge function. Interested in our why of working no-code it-solutions towards Industry 4.0?
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I’m curious to know what my writing evokes in you. What’s your view on this subject, and what possibilities do you observe? Join the conversation and share your thoughts in the comment section below. I’d love to hear from you!