Machine learning (ML) and artificial intelligence (AI) in industrial settings have certainly been getting a lot of buzz, but their adoption in process manufacturing has been limited, according to Oden Technologies (New York, NY). The company, which describes itself as a developer of intelligent industrial automation, hopes to change that dynamic with the introduction of the industry's first end-to-end ML and AI framework for manufacturing. A one-size-fits-all approach to ML and AI will never deliver on the full potential of those technologies, said Deepak Turaga, Vice President of Data Science at Oden Technologies, in a press release distributed today. The complexity and specificity of manufacturing processes have traditionally demanded heavily customized solutions developed by internal data science teams. Oden's approach is to "provide customers with the best-in-breed foundational ML and AI applications tailored for manufacturing, and the framework tools to easily extend and adapt them to their specific requirements and processes," said Turaga.