Products that use artificial intelligence (AI) must be developed in accordance with the law and deliver comprehensible results. An audit conducted by Fraunhofer IPA has now confirmed these properties for a product from Experian - the "Fraud Miner" as part of a fraud prevention solution.
An app to determine the potential for automation, and a website for automation-friendly components design: Companies can use these two tools to make assembly more efficient and economical. Both can be used with just a few clicks.
An example of pioneering technology is a separation process using robots known as bin picking. Its development exemplifies the path from research result to a purchasable product of Liebherr-Verzahntechnik GmbH. The technology is still being further developed today under the motto "Automation for Automation".