AI-powered Sortation: Results at All Scales of Implementation

The waste and recycling industry is quickly adopting advanced technologies to automate the identification and sorting of recyclables. One of these is artificial intelligence (AI), which provides a low-cost sensing platform that can be applied to a variety of material streams with limited additional costs and enable a variety of sorting devices or systems at different scales. Hear from various materials recovery facility (MRF) operators about how AI-enabled systems have helped enhance safety, data, reliability, consistency, handling of exceptionally dirty material streams and environmental impact, bringing a new level of performance into the realm of the possible.

May 6, 2024

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The waste and recycling industry is quickly adopting advanced technologies to automate the identification and sorting of recyclables. One of these is artificial intelligence (AI), which provides a low-cost sensing platform that can be applied to a variety of material streams with limited additional costs and enable a variety of sorting devices or systems at different scales. Hear from various materials recovery facility (MRF) operators about how AI-enabled systems have helped enhance safety, data, reliability, consistency, handling of exceptionally dirty material streams and environmental impact, bringing a new level of performance into the realm of the possible.

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