Augmented Analytics in R&D

Augmented Analytics in R&D

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We live in a time of unprecedented innovation. Product design cycles keep getting shorter, personalized and custom products are becoming the norm and external requirements are changing constantly. On top of this, global problems like climate change, clean energy, water, phosphorus and nitrogen flows, plastics waste and other planetary boundaries that are being transgressed are calling for redesign of almost everything we are familiar with today.

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