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AI quality inspection robots playing bigger role at factories in Japan

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By Naomi Tajitsu and Makiko Yamazaki

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My company makes these things!

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Perhaps the true test of "AI" here is whether they can falsify a QC report as well as the folks at Kobe Steel, Mitsubishi Motors, ....

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Shouldn’t the quality control experts be checking the quality of robots?

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AI being used to check the manufacturer of paper copying machines.

What happened to the paperless office?

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There is no such thing as artificial intelligence yet...

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GoodlucktoyouSep. 1  10:02 am JST

Shouldn’t the quality control experts be checking the quality of robots?

Programmers and manufacturers handle that job.

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Shouldn’t the quality control experts be checking the quality of robots?

Yeah, only for the first time during commissioning and acceptance of the robots from their supplier.

The most important or key actors in the up-time, maintenance & continuous improvement of the robots (for the whole of its service life) are;

1) Maintenance Department (first responder, routine trouble shooter)

2) Engineering Department (engineering support/improvement/kaizen)

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Shouldn’t the quality control experts be checking the quality of robots?

That's what the quality control robots are for o_O

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