Digital twins – virtual replicas of real things, such as manufacturing plants or systems – are an almost graphic example of how AI has been supporting our manufacturing, operations, and service processes as well as increasing efficiency for some time.
Customer relationships without collaboration are a thing of the past – for example in terms of developing solutions that bring companies and customers closer together. Which can already be seen in some ways today: Artificial intelligence (AI) will play a pivotal role.
Everyone understands the logic behind virtual representations of real products. Yet when combined with networks and clouds, artificial intelligence and machine learning take humanity and its digital twin to the limits of what should and should not be done.