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low-code MLOpsAnyone who has worked in machining within the past 70 years knew that the future of machining was automation. In the 1940s, computer pioneer John T. Parsons and engineer Frank L. Stulen invented, via a contract with the U.S. Air Force, numerical control milling machines. The machines were designed to help the Air Force produce […]

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