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Artificial Intelligence

By Bob Trebilcock · September 11, 2018
Can we talk about robots?
By Bob Trebilcock · September 11, 2018
Can we talk about robots?
By Roberto Michel · September 7, 2018
Warehouse management systems have been used for decades to manage processes carried out by people and lift trucks, while warehouse control systems governed automation. Now, some WMS suppliers are taking on more WCS-based visibility and business logic in areas like order releasing. Find out why this matters to e-commerce intensive operations and why orchestrating automated zones with people-focused processes is next for WMS.
By Gary Forger · September 5, 2018
A new crop of supply chain technologies promise to increase efficiency, visibility and speed. Five technologists share their vision of the future.
By Bridget McCrea · September 4, 2018
Industry leaders discuss the key trends, capabilities and innovations that will shape the future of supply chain software.
By Gary Forger, special projects editor, Supply Chain Management Review · August 15, 2018
IBM is using Artificial Intelligence on the cloud to understand and interact with supply chain data.
By MMH Staff · August 2, 2018
Material Handling Equipment Market size is set to exceed USD 190 billion by 2024; according to a new research report by Global Market Insights, Inc.
By MMH Staff · August 1, 2018
JDA to build cognitive SaaS solutions on Microsoft Azure to deliver 'Autonomous Supply Chain' to customers.
By Mo Hajibashi · July 23, 2018
New evidence suggests that few supply chain executives are leveraging AI to deliver and drive growth in today’s disrupted markets.
By Ken Cottrill, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics · July 11, 2018
Artificial intelligence (AI) along with the AI application known as machine learning have captured the imaginations of supply chain professionals, and many companies are pursuing AI projects.
By Jeff Berman · July 5, 2018
A combination of strong demand, favorable economic conditions and technological innovation is paying off in the truckload brokerage space—and savvy shippers are leveraging this dynamic market to gain advantage.
By Gary Forger, Special Projects Editor, Supply Chain Management Review · June 18, 2018
This is a time of innovation in TMS as the software’s capabilities broaden significantly, improving its deliverables across the supply chain.
<p>Image courtesy of Chainalytics.</p> By Gary Forger, Special Projects Editor, Supply Chain Management Review · June 18, 2018
This month we spoke with Kevin Zweier, Vice President of the Transportation practice at Chainalytics.
By Gary Forger, Contributing Editor · June 8, 2018
Five views on how materials handling and other activities within the four walls are changing right in front of us.
By Gary Forger, Special Projects Editor, Supply Chain Management Review · May 14, 2018
This month we spoke with Dr. Brian Subirana, director of the MIT Auto-ID Laboratory. His Ph.D. is in artificial intelligence, and he teaches at both MIT and Harvard. At the MIT 2018 Crossroads event, Subriana spoke about conversational commerce. NextGen caught up with him to explore in more detail where conversational commerce is today and where it’s headed in the supply chain.

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