Engineering Tech

Process Management 4.0 for Engineering Success

December 30, 2021

Engineering Success
Many argue tha the major driver to better manage this complexity is the engineering paradigm of Industry 4.0. To succeed in this new age, engineers must look for solutions to adapt engineering to a more dynamic world. This white paper introduces a solution to address the engineering challenges of the modern-day industrial revolution.

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For over 30 years, DRAM has continuously adapted to the needs of each new wave of hardware spanning PCs, game consoles, mobile phones and cloud servers. AI/ML may be the biggest challenge yet. Artificial intelligence is the study and application of providing hardware and software that attempt to emulate human intelligence. Therefore, as human beings adapt to different tasks, AI must adapt. Indeed, if AI is to scale to the diversity of human tasks, it will not be via a single, monolithic solution. For every task a human can perform, AI must adapt through a unique combination of hardware and software components.

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