Amazon announces new machine learning tools to help customers monitor machines and worker safety

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AI-enhanced tools promise safety and efficiency gains in industrial settings, but privacy campaigners fear mission creep

Amazon Web Services (AWS) on Tuesday launched five new industrial machine learning services aimed at helping industrial plants and factories to improve safety, operational efficiency, and quality c...

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