A new report published by DNV GL suggests it will, if only wind industries can overcome concerns around data sharing
Not with a carrot or a stick. The best new tech sneaks up on you, and before you know it you cannot even remember life without it. When we talk about AI, we paint it as disruptive, it is, but this doesn’t mean it is destructive.
The country’s data banks and server units produced a total of 99 million tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions last year alone
The two-day event will centre around an industrial data-led challenge, with the aim of developing a prototype solution for use in wind farm operations
Artificial Intelligence, AI is a new form of computing in which the system is pre-programmed with logic that allows it to mimic the way that humans learn and perform cognitive functions. We see it now as speech recognition, optical character recognition and increasingly pattern recognition and early forms of logical reasoning.
They will share data from trials on wind farms around the world on how various protection systems for turbine blades perform in different operating environments
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is currently perceived in many ways. Some believe the Hollywood view of the self-aware, fully thinking autonomous entity, that will take over the world. Others that is no more than a complex, rules-based search engine that clever programmers have disguised as your new friend. They’re both wrong.
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They will provide the financial and private sectors with the latest research, data, guidance and tools from leading experts and institutions to help green their operations
They aim to promote and implement the Global Learning and Observations to Benefit the Environment (GLOBE) programme