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Like other utilities in the western US, PG&E, often struggles to prevent wildfires from knocking its transmission lines offline. To address the problem, the energy supplier is deploying high-definition cameras with artificial intelligence and machine-learning capabilities. The new approach has the potential to lower response times by recognizing potential fires faster than dispatchers and triggering actions to battle fires ASAP.

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