Research Challenges in the Era of AI and Digitization for Sustainable Supply Chains

Year : 2024 | Volume :14 | Issue : 01 | Page : 1-10
By

Subhash Kumar Dwivedi

  1. Lecturer Department of Commerce, Marwari College Ranchi Jharkhand India

Abstract

Two main topics have an impact on the adoption of sustainability as a worldwide business mandate. The first is admitting that global supply networks have an impact on sustainability and that “greening” the chain as a whole is necessary. Technology, encompassing “big data,” artificial intelligence (AI), and digitization, is the second. These ideas are now widely accepted. These
innovations are transforming how firms design and manage their supply chains, which have a big impact on sustainability. In the following article, an overview of the most widely accepted concepts in sustainable supply chain research at the present time has been presented.

Keywords: Artificial intelligence, sustainability, big data , supply networks, Global corporations

[This article belongs to Journal of Production Research & Management(joprm)]

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Volume 14
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Received April 18, 2024
Accepted April 25, 2024
Published May 24, 2024