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Shell and Microsoft join forces category
Sept. 25, 2018
Source: CNET

Shell and Microsoft join forces

Tech giant, Microsoft and oil major, Shell are coming together to run a pilot project on the integration of AI tools into gas stations, with initial implementation in Singapore and Thailand. Microsoft is deploying its proprietary Azure IoT Edge to find people smoking cigarettes at the station, considering the serious safety risks posed by smoking. The firms are also working on efficient drilling using AI and better communication between employees.

Rise of the Fourth Industrial Revolution category
June 17, 2018
Source: Oil Price

Rise of the Fourth Industrial Revolution

The 4th Industrial Revolution, on the back of Artificial Intelligence, 5G, the Internet of Things (IoT) and Augmented Reality, has started to appear on the horizon. A whole new world is under construction and the foundation to this world is Data, being collected from every aspect of our lives. While concerns over data protection has been voiced many times, the new Blockchain Technology has now emerged as a viable compromise.

Chiyoda and ADNOC LNG sign MOU for digital technology category
May 7, 2018

Chiyoda and ADNOC LNG sign MOU for digital technology

Chiyoda Corporation, the Japanese engineering major, has concluded a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Company Limited (ADNOC LNG) to provide state-of-the-art digital technologies, including artificial intelligence and big data analytics, on ADNOC LNG’s facilities. Chiyoda is striving to achieve the objective of ‘technology and business innovation (developing a new business model for a digital society)’.

Total to develop AI solutions with Google Cloud category
April 25, 2018

Total to develop AI solutions with Google Cloud

Total and Google Cloud have collaborated to jointly develop artificial intelligence (AI) solutions for oil and gas exploration and production aimed at subsurface data analysis. These programs will allow Total’s geologists, geophysicists, reservoir and geo-information engineers to explore and assess oil and gas fields faster and more effectively.

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