AI Meets Lean Six Sigma
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Is Artificial Intelligence a threat to your job?
Will AI eventually improve processes so much that they will make Lean Six Sigma Obsolete?
Should Lean Six Sigma practitioners embrace AI solutions to improve processes?
Can we teach Artificial Intelligence the Lean Six Sigma Principals and thinking?
So we asked the followers of the International Standard for Lean Six Sigma (ISLSS) on 9/27/2021 and received over 700 response in the first 24 hours
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Businesses have for a long time been optimized through powerful improvement techniques. Lean Six Sigma has delivered tremendous value since 1980s when it invented. Like any other field today, Lean Sigma needs evolving.
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Is Artificial Intelligence a threat to human jobs? asks Ashok Sharma at Signity Software Solutions Pvt. Ltd. then goes on to say "No, it is not! Yes, you heard it right, in all this, the jobs haven’t been reduced. It is just that traditional jobs are not more there. On the other hand, tech jobs are growing where people are looking for candidates for their AI development companies."
Meanwhile European Parliament disagrees and says "Artificial intelligence: is a threat and opportunity"
"11-37% ; Estimated increase of labor productivity related to AI by 2035" and "14% ;of jobs in OECD countries are highly automatable and another 32% could face substantial changes "
"Use of AI in the workplace is expected to result in the elimination of a large number of jobs. Though AI is also expected to create and make better jobs, education and training will have a crucial role in preventing long-term unemployment and ensure a skilled workforce."
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Even though Artificial Intelligence (#AI) has been around as an academic and scientific discipline since the 1950s, AI technology has gained a lot of traction in the last few years. It’s needless to mention that the current surge in AI research, investment and real business applications is unprecedented.
Market Intelligence firm IDC in their New IDC Spending Guide, September 19, 2018, predicted that the worldwide spending on cognitive and Artificial Intelligence systems would reach $77.6B by 2022. Similarly, Gartner projects the business value created by AI at $3.9T by 2022.
AI applications do not just have the promise to yield better business results but improve the human experience as a whole.
Here in this article, we’re going to have a look at the nine significant industries that can be benefited by AI applications in the near future. But first, let’s quickly ensure that you understand what is artificial intelligence.
American computer scientist and cognitive scientist John McCarthy, who coined the term in 1956, defines AI as “the science and engineering of making intelligent machines.” According to the Science Daily journal, the AI is defined as “the study and design of intelligent agents where an intelligent agent is a system that perceives its environment and takes actions which maximize its chances of success.”
In simple terms, it refers to the ability of a computer or a computer-controlled robot to perform tasks commonly associated with intelligent beings, generally humans. As a result, it demonstrates characteristics such as the ability to reason, discover meaning, or learn from experience.
Now, let’s take a look at the applications of AI in some of the major industries.
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Lean Six Sigma and the age of artificial intelligence