The integration of AI and computational power has pioneered “intelligent automation” and its most advanced category, “cognitive automation”.
The Aerospace and Defence (A&D) sector is on the brink of unprecedented change and opportunity in an era defined by rapid advancements in technology. Like other sectors of the economy, the A&D industry is being redefined by innovation-fueled competition as manufacturers build up new portfolios of products and services-such as unmanned systems, cyber services and predictive analytics-to keep pace with a fast-changing business environment.
Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have been significant. Notably, the integration of AI and computational power has pioneered "intelligent automation" and its most advanced category, "cognitive automation". This technological leap brings significant implications to the products and services strategies of major A&D players. Businesses who rethink their current and future capabilities amid disruption will be better positioned for growth in the digital age. In the previous issue of Canadian Defence Review we described the impact of Industry 4.0. We now turn to the opportunities and challenges in intelligent automation.
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