Case Study: SKF
The customer wanted to detect manufacturing flaws in bearings.
The parts to be inspected had previously been through a process that might leave grease marks that were very similar to the flaws to be detected. The presence of these marks next to small flaws that might be accepted meant that the AI had to be able to detect very subtle differences, which occasionally not even the operators could agree on.
This required developing a specific learning method to reduce the number of false positives (non-existent flaws) and different perspectives were used to obtain more reliable predictions.
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