I-DISC's Larry Snyder interviewed by Supply Chain Dive on AI in supply chains during the pandemic.

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Supply chain professionals are optimistic about the potential for artificial intelligence within their operations, but they have also struggled with the technology during the coronavirus pandemic, according to a new survey. The ways in which AI is used within a supply chain can vary quite widely, according to Larry Snyder, the director of the Institute for Data, Intelligent Systems, and Computation. "It wouldn't surprise me if some methods for demand forecasting that have been around for decades are now being given an AI facelift," said Snyder. (October 13)

Supply chain pros embrace AI for forecasting, inventory despite limitations during pandemic.
I-DISCs Larry Snyder is interviewed by Supply Chain Dive on AI in supply chains during the pandemic. Supply chain pros embrace AI for forecasting, inventory despite limitations during pandemic. Rigid systems that don’t respond to rapid market shifts and a lack of reliable data frustrated respondents in a survey from Secondmind.

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