Artificial Intelligence (AI) can be leveraged as a tool to help us optimize and improve the treatment of sewage and industrial effluents our plants without the need for large process changes that typically require capital improvement projects. No longer do we need to spend money to learn how to optimize to static conditions that may never be seen.
Modern mines have not only made the job easier for human workers, but they are also enabling new efficiencies in many different mining operations. One example of this is the efficient use of water enabled by artificial intelligence (AI) industry. Here are 3 ways AI is shaping water use in the mining industry.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is making its mark on the water industry. It is powering intelligent operations using machine learning to optimize resource use and operational budgets for organizations, as well as delivering truly intelligent built water systems.
Since mining data is so complicated and varied, companies need to have an AI strategy to handle it. But before you set off on your AI journey, ask yourself the following 5 questions to ensure that your mining operations are AI-ready.
As a water-intensive industry, pulp and paper plants across the globe are evaluating technology that will help them optimize their operations to reduce costs - without sacrificing the quality of the product or their ability to remain compliant according to water treatment standards.