AI’s Next Conquest? Supply Chain Management

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As COVID-19 began to spread throughout the world’s urban centers in 2020, the pandemic revealed vulnerabilities not only in public health but also in material supply chains. In the U.S., the super disruption of resource flows wreaked particular havoc on the lumber industry, which experienced its most significant price increase since the housing boom after…

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