Transforming the Energy Sector using AI
Artificial Intelligence has a wide reach in different sectors already and can have an even wider into various different sectors that may even seem in comparable how ever with the increase in research and algorithms its only inevitable for artificial intelligence to reach into other sectors such as energy.
Recently Baker Hughes and Microsoft partnered with other organisations such as Shell, C3 AI announced the launch of the Open AI Energy Initiative (OAI), an open ecosystem of artificial intelligence-based solutions for the energy and process industries, the very first of its kind.
The Open AI Energy Initiative goal is to provide a structure driven by BHC3 AI Suite and Microsoft Azure for energy operators and providers in order to suggest compatible solution with Artificial Intelligence and physics-based models, monitoring, diagnostics, prescriptive actions, and services. In order to further imagine the potential that the Open AI Energy Initiative has we must know more about what its driven by.
Using the BHC3 applications (which enable organisations to deliver artificial intelligence enabled applications faster than alternative methods while costs that come with maintaining and upgrading such applications) the Open AI Energy Initiative will be able to decrease the time taken to deliver AI-based dependable solutions to open doors for a significant economic value across the energy industry while helping to make energy production cleaner, safer, and more efficient.
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