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BZE speaks to Gavin Mooney about AI in Energy and Utilities

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Solutions Advisor SAP

Hi, my name is Gavin Mooney. Thanks for taking time out to read my profile. I am a Melbourne-based Solutions Advisor with SAP and help Utilities to simplify, innovate and run better with SAP...

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  • Dec 9, 2019

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It was my pleasure to be interviewed by the Beyond Zero Emissions team for their radio show. In this interview I talk about Artificial Intelligence in Energy and Utilities.  Enjoy.  Would love to hear any thoughts or feedback that you may have in response to this episode. 


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Matt Chester on Dec 9, 2019

Really like how you position AI as a building block that helps innovation, clean energy, etc. 

Do you see any risks where AI may end up working counter to those forward-looking goals at utilities? 

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Thank Gavin for the Post!
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