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Advances in Utility Digitalization - From AI to Augmented Reality, Digital Twins, and Beyond

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Sandeep is a Customer-centric and results-oriented professional with 19 years of demonstrated success as Technical Architect for multiple IBM clients. He has extensive experience working as...

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A white paper that is covering current trend in Energy Environment and Utilities for digitalization, specifically focusing on Artificial Intelligence, Augmented Reality, Digital Twin and Quantum.

This article was co-authored with Nitin Goyal

 

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Matt Chester on Nov 8, 2021

I appreciated your take on the role AI has for utilities-- how much is the AI able to accomplish these goals on an automated basis, and how much of it needs to be combined with the interpretations of the AI insights from seasoned utility experts? 

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Sandeep Dayal on Dec 8, 2021

Excellent Point Matt, I believe AI has been used in all spectrum right from expert dependent to a completely autonomous process for example - vegetation management or Virtual Power Plant are example of completely autonomous process ( potentially ), however industry still preferring to use it under supervision of an expert SME. As far as technology is concerned it is matured however in-practice it is still being used under "tight" supervision. I would like to believe that this should change because it is an impediment in achieving higher AI capabilities. 

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