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Pioneering open AI initiative launched for energy sector – Baker Hughes AM 2021

Microsoft joins leading energy and technology organisations to develop an AI open ecosystem that will help advance the transition to net-zero

Digital technologies and artificial intelligence (AI) will help build the energy businesses of the future as the world moves to net-zero carbon emissions. The energy value chain has disparate, rules-based and custom systems and practices that have limited predictive capabilities and scalability. AI-powered reliability solutions are key to unlocking economic value in operational savings across the energy industry—eliminating health, safety and environment issues as well as facilitating the transition to a net-zero emissions world. In a pioneering move, an alliance of leading organisations have launched the Open AI Energy Initiative—an open ecosystem of AI-based solutions that help to impro



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