AIRR  >> Vol. 6 No. 4 (November 2017)

    Artificial Intelligence and Industry 5.0

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韩九强,吴思佳,张新曼:西安交通大学电子与信息工程学院,陕西 西安

人工智能工业5.0工业革命智动化系统Artificial Intelligence Industry 5.0 Industrial Revolution Intelligentized Automation System



A comparison of human-like attributes with machines in previous four industrial revolutions was performed in this study. Each industrial revolution was found to be symbolized by a machine that acquired an important humanoid organ function. The development of industry revolutions will provide strategic theory support for future industrial development and research direction. It was then applied to explore the higher level of function emerged in the next industrial revolution. We found that the fifth industrial revolution will be triggered by learning function, and all types of machines with learning function will continuously emerge, leading to Industry 5.0. On the basis of the definition of Industry 5.0, we developed a flexible intelligent swarm robotic system, which helps to research key technology of intelligentized automation system.

韩九强, 吴思佳, 张新曼. 人工智能与工业5.0[J]. 人工智能与机器人研究, 2017, 6(4): 135-140.


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