“No industry is immune to the great changes promised by AI, but the problem is that the technology is often seen as peripheral – interesting, no doubt, but incapable of solving the most urgent challenges that worry the majority of energy users.
That may be true to varying degrees in other sectors, but not in the energy industry. Here, AI is playing an integral part in shaping the way we generate, transmit and use energy. Most importantly, it promises ways to control our energy use (both at macro- and individual levels), improve reliability and keep down the costs of rapidly rising energy bills.”
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