Artificial intelligence (AI) brings unparalleled new opportunities for logistics and supply chain management. But many organizations remain uncertain about how best to implement AI.

In this one-hour webinar, Chris Caplice of the MIT Center for Transportation and Logistics and Lior Ron of Uber Freight:

  • Define AI in relation to logistics.

  • Describe the differences between traditional AI and generative AI, with specific use cases in both the virtual and physical worlds.

  • Outline the dependencies for realizing generative AI’s potential in logistics.

  • Explain when using generative AI doesn’t make sense, with a look at the evolving role of human intelligence in logistics management.

  • Explore what’s on the AI horizon and what a future state might look like.

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Chris Caplice
Executive Director, MIT Center for Transportation & Logistics; Founder and Director, MIT FreightLab
Lior Ron
Founder and CEO, Uber Freight
Wade Roush
Business and Technology Journalist, Moderator
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