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Valuation of Artificial Intelligence for Semiconductor Equipment
Applications for Artificial Intelligence (AI) have grown substantially over the last few years in the legal, medical, and automotive industries. These business sectors are regulated more heavily than semiconductor manufacturing equipment is, but use of AI in the semiconductor industry is lagging. The costs and benefits of AI are relatively easy to project, so it follows that AI has been studied and found that large-scale adoption provides an insufficient return on investment. A cost model will be proposed showing likely AI growth areas such as automated maintenance tasks and performance benchmarking, and a few that may remain out of reach.
Jon Hander is Assistant Vice President of Panel Products for ASM NEXX. He has worked at NEXX since 2011 and in the semiconductor industry since 1996. In his career, Jon has served in manufacturing, service, process, sales, development & product management roles. Jon has a BS in Engineering Technology from Texas A&M University.
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ASMPT is the only company in the world that offers high-quality equipment for all major steps in the electronics manufacturing process – from carrier for chip interconnection to chip assembly and packaging to SMT. No other supplier offers a comparable range and depth of process expertise.
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