In an exclusive interview with Manufacturing Tomorrow, Amit Gautam, Co-founder & CEO of Innover, delves into the challenges and thrilling prospects that manufacturers face when incorporating Generative AI into their operational frameworks. He further asserts that early adopters in the manufacturing sector will not only secure a strategic advantage but also propel impactful use cases, driving unprecedented success and a substantial return on investment.
Early adoption of Generative AI can offer manufacturing organizations a strategic edge, although the specific approach and strategy can differ among companies, and even within different departments of the same organization. To jumpstart their Generative AI initiatives, manufacturers will have to first decide whether to pursue large-scale deployments or initiate smaller-scale experiments. This initial decision will chart the way forward.
The journey commences as manufacturers identify the ‘right’ use cases that promise substantial impact and competitive edge. They must evaluate whether the chosen solutions align with their long-term goals and overall vision. Following this decision, manufacturers need to assess critical factors such as budget, scale and quality of available data, privacy and security requirements, network latency, and anticipated request volume. The most suitable course of action also depends on the company’s goals and its preparedness to handle risks.
Previously published in Manufacturing Tomorrow. Read the entire interview here.