Named Visual Inspection AI, the new solution will allow businesses in the manufacturing sector to maximize operational savings by quickly training and deploying AI models to detect production defects.
"We've been listening to the specific needs of the industry, and have brought the best of Google AI technologies to help address those needs," said Mandeep Waraich, Head of Product for Industrial AI at Google Cloud.
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"The outcome is an AI solution that, built upon years of computer vision expertize, is purpose-built to solve quality control problems for nearly any type of discrete manufacturing process."
Betting big on AI
With the launch of its new tool, Google has reaffirmed that it is betting big on AI to help take its cloud computing business to the next level.
In an interview with Bloomberg, on the sidelines of the Qatar Economic Forum, Google CFO Ruth Porat shared the company’s excitement about its AI investments and the opportunities they bring to its cloud business.
The Visual Inspection AI adds to the company’s growing portfolio of products that help extend the advantages of AI to SMBs, without the complexity.
Both Google and Amazon products claim their respective systems can be trained with a handful of images and can be run at the edge and rolled out as-a-service to help businesses further reduce deployment costs.
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