The Future of Power-Efficient Electric Motor Design: Artificial Intelligence or Humans

AI can accelerate the motor design process, analyze data efficiently, and identify potential issues, saving time and costs. However, relying solely on AI may hinder creativity and overlook unique solutions, limiting variation in motor designs. AI's bias and insufficiency with biased training data may also pose challenges. The blog presents a real-world scenario where a manufacturer has the choice between traditional engineering and AI-based motor design.

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Pooja Kanwar

Pooja Kanwar is part of the content team. She has more than two years of experience in content writing. She creates content related to digital transformation technologies including IoT, Robotic Process Automation, and Cloud. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (BBA Hons) Degree in Marketing.