If computers can think what we want them to think, then they must be able to make our lives easier. This was the thesis behind Alan Turing’s paper on computing machinery and intelligence published in 1950. More than 60 years later, artificial intelligence systems based on so-called machine learning techniques are indeed deployed in postal, parcel and logistics operations.
Delft, The Netherlands, 11 July 2017. Today Prime Vision and Unmanned Life presented the results of the proof of concept and performed a live demonstration for PostNL of their Autonomous Sorting solution. With an empty warehouse as a venue, the presentation demonstrated a sorting centre manned only by autonomous robotic UV’s (Unmanned Vehicles).