ChatGPT for Frontline Workers in Manufacturing
May 9 @ 10:00 am - 11:00 amFree
Who Should Attend
Manufacturing professionals, frontline workers, team leaders, and technology enthusiasts looking to harness the power of AI to optimize manufacturing processes and overcome industry challenges.
Frontline workers in manufacturing face numerous challenges daily. From managing complex processes to ensuring safety protocols are followed, their responsibilities are crucial. But what if there was a way to enhance their efficiency and effectiveness? Enter ChatGPT, an AI-powered tool revolutionizing how frontline manufacturing workers operate.
Join us for an enlightening webinar where we explore the transformative potential of ChatGPT for frontline workers in the manufacturing industry. This session is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of ChatGPT’s capabilities, tailor-made for manufacturing professionals’ unique challenges and needs.
- Understanding ChatGPT: Dive into the world of advanced AI as we demystify ChatGPT’s cutting-edge technology. Learn how it processes information, interacts in human-like conversation, and provides valuable assistance.
- Frontline Challenges and AI Solutions: We’ll identify common challenges frontline workers face in manufacturing and demonstrate how ChatGPT offers practical solutions, enhancing efficiency and decision-making on the shop floor.
- Real-World Use Cases: Gain insights from case studies where ChatGPT could be successfully implemented. Understand how its application can simplify tasks, from troubleshooting and maintenance to training and quality control.
- Seamless Integration into Workflow: Discover strategies for integrating ChatGPT into your manufacturing workflow.
- Interactive Q&A Session: The webinar concludes with Q&A, allowing you to discuss your questions.
Assistant Director of Quality, NC State University Industry Expansion Solutions
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As a systems engineer, Adrianne began her career in the defense industry supporting Navy nuclear aircraft carriers and submarine design and construction. She also supported the US Military as an analyst for the United States Joint Forces Command. She has led various cross-functional teams, with employees on all levels including upper management, in documenting processes, identifying waste, and brainstorming improvements in customer support, information technology, engineering and supply chain management. She has helped companies implement metrics to track on-time delivery and customer satisfaction and has experience in systems & industrial engineering, risk management, requirements management, configuration & change management and business process improvement.
Adrianne has a B.S. in electrical engineering technology, a M.S. in systems engineering and a Six Sigma Green Belt. Her primary focus is quality management systems but her expertise includes business process mapping and project management.