On Monday night, representatives of cross-sector institutions and companies came together at digital expert Ray Sono as part of the renowned AI networking event series by DAIN Studios to exchange ideas about common applications and future potentials of artificial intelligence in production, under the title “On the way to autonomous production: Implications for the entire organisation.”
“In the industry, stagnation is caused by a lack of acceptance of autonomous processes by employees,” summarised the entrepreneur. “Why should people rely on AI if they are afraid of losing their jobs as a result?”
The basic approach, in his opinion, therefore, is the synthesis in the long-term collaboration of humans and machines. “Automatically generated data makes our work more efficient but does not necessarily make it redundant.”
One of the participants’ common conclusions during the final exchange with Breidenbrücker and the other speakers Ted Krubasik (Siemens) and Stephan Hazzam (Linde): Only if all dimensions of an organisation are coordinated can the introduction of (partially) autonomous systems be successful in the long term.
The man-made preparation consists of the provision of state-of-the-art technologies, the integration into corporate structures, regulation and, above all, regular exchange.
Sebastian Krüger, CEO of Ray Sono AG, also emphasises this: “In order not to fall behind in the jungle of rapidly developing technologies, it is essential to regularly look beyond one’s own nose. From now on, ‘AI Monday’ in Munich will be the platform for uses cases and discourse on AI.”
He added that the premiere made it clear that digital transformation is at the strategic heart of companies far beyond the boundaries of the digital industry. “We are very grateful to our partners at DAIN Studios for entrusting us with hosting this established format in Bavaria for the first time.”
The next event for the international event series’ spin-off is planned soon.