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 AJIBM  Vol.9 No.9 , September 2019
Scientific Foundation of Real-Time Input-Output Tabulation and AI
—Combinations and Connections between Optimal Input-Output Planning Model and AI
Abstract:
Be it the era of current Industry 3.0 (3D printing) or the era of Industry 4.0 (customised production) in the future, as far as globalisation is concerned, based on combinations of automation & information and intelligence, the application of Big Data, new Cloud Computing technologies, Internet of Things or new internet industry and AI will usher in a huge revolution to human beings, which will consequently rock foundations of modern economy, politics, social sciences, management and accounting, etc. and even bring about fundamentally changes and development, and hence an era for technology industry going novelty, i.e. customised production. Commercial re-group and the drastic society change will influence not only the overall ecological pattern around the world but also human beings’ value system, knowledge system and life . Many seeming probabilities today will become impossible while the impossible at the moment will go real in the future. Under such complicated, constantly changing and rapidly developing circumstance, only when the passive situation of tabulating and interpreting is completely changed, can national economy’s smooth operation be directed by the objective law of coordinated development, and thus, to achieve the utmost economic efficiency. The scientific foundation of the real-time input-output tabulation method and AI is rightly designed on the basis of the above dreaming realisation. This thesis will take the real-time analysis of the optimal input-output planning model and a timely analysis of input-output statistical model as an example to illustrate how to realise the good wish.
Cite this paper: Kang, N. (2019) Scientific Foundation of Real-Time Input-Output Tabulation and AI
—Combinations and Connections between Optimal Input-Output Planning Model and AI. American Journal of Industrial and Business Management, 9, 1831-1872. doi: 10.4236/ajibm.2019.99119.
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