Applying AI systems to cleantech activities generates efficiencies that allow the industry to generate more while using less resources.
Fremont, CA: The International Energy Agency has recently reported the appalling news that carbon emissions have reached a record high in 2017. Scientists working in clean-tech space around the world are busy seeking to find ways to slow—or eliminate—the upward trend of carbon emissions and other adverse environmental innovations. Some are turning to artificial intelligence to address the energy conservation problems of the planet. Furthermore, any real progress in the global race to stem the effects of climate change on the atmosphere would take the best people and technologies the world has to offer.
Data-driven technologies, such as Artificial Intelligence(AI), will fix some of the major concerns related to climate change. For example, a major public-private sector drive is underway in Canada to integrate knowledge and resources to resolve key areas, including natural resources, food production and the environmental impacts of mining, energy production and power generation. Canada is not alone in finding answers to AI. Indeed, in recent years, AI has been at least part of the response to global concerns from removing the prejudice of the workplace against feeding populations.
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Across North America, renewable energy providers already benefit from expanded access to customer data and to machine learning technology that trades electricity, heats homes, boosts wind power generation, and keeps pipelines safe. One of the first things Ontario did when it introduced the Green Bank last year was to include 100,000 smart thermostats in an attempt to shift consumption patterns in favor of sustainability.
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Applying AI systems to cleantech activities generates efficiencies that allow the industry to generate more while using fewer resources. Agricultural organizations can tap AI systems to produce and process more food with less energy, water and fertilizer. Mining companies can extract more metals and minerals from the earth more safely by consuming less fuel and creating less waste. But the effect of AI is even more convincing when you look at the energy market.