The third instalment of Energy Voice’s Gigawaters podcast explores the futuristic technology that will support Scotland’s offshore wind sector, as guests talk artificial intelligence and robotics, and the innovative companies and individuals hoping to bring them to the market.
Aberdeen-based Wood and National Energy Resources Australia (NERA) today announced that the pair have teamed up to deliver an artificial intelligence (AI) software solution for offshore asset inspections that could create savings of A$2.8 billion ($2 billion) per year.
Collaborating on the collection and use of data is a “challenging” but “necessary” step for the energy sector to reach net zero, an industry event has heard.
UK offshore wind workers could soon be kept safe using a remotely operated search and rescue service.
The day before US President Joe Biden was inaugurated in Washington DC, Adnoc’s CEO was speaking in support of the ties that bind the two.
Adnoc has launched an artificial intelligence (AI) joint venture with Abu Dhabi’s Group 42.
A world leader in artificial intelligence (AI) and software development will give the keynote address at the ENGenious Online 2020 conference next month.
The Oil & Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) will launch the first of its Tech20 Virtual series with ‘Artificial Intelligence vs Data Privacy: a 21st century David and Goliath story’, taking place Friday 3 April, 11:00-12:00 GMT.
Oilfield service company Baker Hughes has entered into a three-way agreement and partnership to boost the adoption of artificial intelligence technology in the oil and natural gas industry.
Businesses in the UK need to move beyond tinkering with artificial intelligence (AI) and get on with seriously harnessing the technology at scale to compete on the global stage, a report by Microsoft has said.
Oilfield service company Baker Hughes GE (BHGE) has entered into a deal to boost artificial intelligence in the oil and natural gas industry.
The Oil & Gas industry is synonymous with the word ‘extreme’ but in many ways that term doesn’t translate well when it comes to keeping up with the latest of technology trends.
Artificial intelligence has the potential to wipe out thousands of UK jobs, the Bank of England’s chief economist has warned.
Equinor has joined forces with other leading firms in Norway to establish a “national powerhouse” for artificial intelligence.
The University of Aberdeen has secured twice the number of scholarships for its MSc in Artificial Intelligence (AI), which was launched last year.
Entrepreneurship – it requires courage, vision and critically, lots of financial support.