IT Essentials: The AIrony

AI is a necessary evil for the energy sector

Tom Allen
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IT Essentials: The AIrony

CIOs in the utilities industry have mixed feelings about artificial intelligence.

As the weather (oh-so-slowly) heats up, the IT teams operating datacentres – or still running servers on-prem - are preparing for their annual trial by fire as they try keep their tech cool enough ...

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