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Musings on the unique blend of AI and water
09/17/2019
Mastering AI Investments, One Drop At A Time
Eighty percent of businesses are investing in some form of AI today. With such an overwhelming number of firms seeing the potential in AI solutions in addition to Industrial IoT technology, one would imagine that a large percentage of CIOs and  managers would have a solid grasp of what it takes to both measure and communicate the ROI of their initiatives to their boards. But as recent research has demonstrated, that’s not the case for the majority of business leaders.…
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08/29/2019
What Is “Grounded A.I.” And How Is It Helping…
By: Prateek Joshi, Founder of Plutoshift   Making tasty drinks out of fermented grain and fruit has been a human tradition for thousands of years. Since before recorded history, brewmasters have employed the latest technological and scientific methods to manage the infinitely complex process of fermentation and production. Today’s brewers and beverage producers, at the industrial scale, employ the same innovative spirit to manage their fermentation and production processes. And more often than not, the leading firms are discovering that they…
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08/20/2019
3 Ways Grounded A.I. Is Reducing Water Strain In…
By: Prateek Joshi, Founder of Plutoshift and Mike Hormell, Plutoshift Strategic Advisor and Oil & Gas Executive. After a long history of relying on foreign oil suppliers, technological innovations and substantial investment in the area of unconventional oil and gas extraction have left the US as the top oil-producing nation in the world. Thanks to innovations over the last few decades like microseismic solutions, horizontal drilling and hydraulic fracturing, US producers have been able to utilize oil reserves that were…
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08/09/2019
3 Ways Big Data and A.I. Will Positively Impact…
The Agricultural Revolution was one of the most defining moments in human history, providing opportunities for billions of people to live richer, healthier and more fulfilling lives. We owe almost everything we have today to a few innovative pioneers from tens of thousands of years ago who recognized the value in farming.  But we shouldn't view the agricultural revolution as a singular, stagnant event. With global food demand expected to rise by 59–98% between 2005 and 2050, and the realities…
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