When Alex Peters walks through manufacturer KI’s Green Bay plant, he sees a lot of potential for how artificial intelligence could enhance the company’s machines.

The northeast Wisconsin company produces furniture for offices and schools. KI manufactured its first product, a metal folding chair, in 1941, and moved to Wisconsin from Illinois four years later.

As the company’s automation engineering manager, Peters helps plan how the company will implement technology in its facility to increase productivity and plant safety — including artificial intelligence, also known as AI.

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