eRobot: Energy sector embraces AI in race to innovate and transform

Artificial intelligence (AI) is most commonly associated with the Silicon Valley and tech-sector giants. However, the energy sector is actively investing in and pioneering its own applications of AI to projects and processes. Dan Bennett, S&P Global Commodity Insights' head of technology and data, and Judson Jacobs, CI's executive director of energy technology and innovation, join EnergyCents with hosts Hill Vaden and Sam Humphreys to discuss the opportunities to apply artificial intelligence to a transforming energy sector and identify the types of companies leading investment in the area.

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