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Ready or not, disruptive technologies, like 3D printing and machine learning, are coming—and you can’t hide

Ready or not, disruptive technologies, like 3D printing and machine learning, are coming—and you can’t hide

Written by David

January 8, 2019

Discussing the importance of technology in manufacturing are, from left, panel moderator Dave O’Neil; robotics expert Dan Kara; Charlie Covert of UPS; Desktop Metal’s Jonah Myerberg; and Michael Walton, Microsoft’s industry solutions executive director. Manufacturing is changing , and with each innovation, whether it’s in artificial intelligence, data analytics, 3D printing or robotics, the pace of change is accelerating. Those who don’t keep up stay behind. That was the theme of FABTECH’s “Innovate, Accelerate and Advance Manufacturing” innovation panel hosted by Dave O’Neil, vice president of SME media, in November in Atlanta, Georgia. The expert panel included Dan Kara, vice president of robotics at WTWH Media; Charlie Covert, vice president of customer solutions for UPS who’s also on the board of additive manufacturer Fast Radius; Jonah Myerberg, chief technology officer and co-founder of Desktop Metal, which specializes in 3D printing; and Michael Walton, Microsoft’s industry solutions executive director. They […]

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