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The global energy ecosystem is transitioning to lower a carbon future in an effort to battle climate change, presenting opportunities and challenges for Alberta's energy producers and suppliers.

Artificial Intelligence

  • Assisted - AI that improves what your business is already doing.
  • Augmented - AI that enables your business to do things it couldn't otherwise do.
  • Autonomous - AI that acts on its own, choosing its actions on behalf of your business goals.
    Source: University of California, Berkely

Bringing industry, academia and government together, the Energy.AI workshop held in September 2018 started the conversation on how leveraging AI technology, can align Alberta with the competitive low carbon energy ecosystem of the future.

The workshop provided great discussions and next steps to continue the AI conversation. In capturing these discussions and sharing this report, the hope is that together, Alberta can leverage the potential of AI for a stronger energy future.

There was a keen desire to harness the collaboration potential of the participant community through future workshops. Stay tuned to the Energy Futures Lab website for future opportunities to participate!

Learn more about the workshop and the key recommendations by downloading the post report -
Cutting Costs, Cutting Emissions.

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