Artificial Intelligence

This is how AI will accelerate the energy transition

AI can speed up the energy transition, saving time and money – but we need to work to unlock its potential Image: Julian Hochgesang / Unsplash

Espen Mehlum

Head of Energy, Materials & Infrastructure Prog., Benchmarking & Regional Action, World Economic Forum

Dominique Hischier

Program Analyst - Energy, Materials Infrastructure Platform, World Economic Forum

Mark Caine

Project Lead, Artificial Intelligence and Machine LearningProject Lead, Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning, World Economic Forum

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