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Total To Open “Digital Factory” in Paris
To launch in early 2020, the facility will bring together up to 300 developers, data scientists, architects, and other specialists.
SPE's Management and Information Discipline Splits To Address Growing Needs
The Management and Information technical discipline will be split to recognize the importance of digital transformation among our members’ responsibilities and the industry as a whole.
Kongsberg To Build Digital Twin for Shell’s Nyhamna Gas Facility
As part of the $11-million deal, Kongsberg will establish a dynamic virtual representation of the plant, which serves as a gas processing and export hub for the Shell-operated Ormen Lange in the Norwegian North Sea.
Overcoming Deep Learning Stumbling Blocks
The sixth annual Deep Learning Summit in London saw industry leaders, academics, researchers, and innovative startups present the latest technological advancements and industry application methods in the field of deep learning.
Oil and Gas Transactions Require Special Cybersecurity Considerations
One of the foremost threats companies face today is that posed by cybercriminals, and the unique vulnerabilities of companies in the oil and gas sector create heightened cybersecurity risks for those pursuing transactions in the sector.
As Oil and Gas Data Multiply, so Do the Cybersecurity Threats
Saudi Aramco, BP, and Schlumberger pride themselves on staying at the forefront of digital technology development and deployment. But an equally daunting challenge for the industry heavyweights is keeping their ever-expanding digital systems secure.
Data-Driven Analytics Provide Novel Approach to Performance Diagnosis
This work describes a heuristic approach combining mathematical modeling and associated data-driven work flows for estimating reservoir-pressure surfaces through space and time using measured data.
Artificial Intelligence Improves Seismic-Image Reconstruction
Seismic imaging provides vital tools for the exploration of potential hydrocarbon reserves and subsequent production-planning activities. The acquisition of high-resolution, regularly sampled seismic data may be hindered by physical or financial constraints.
Data-Driven Tool Uses Amplitude-Based Statistics To Identify Seismic Fractures
The authors present a novel data-driven tool for fast fracture identification in post-stack seismic data sets.
An AI Pioneer Wants His Algorithms To Understand the "Why"
Deep learning is good at finding patterns in reams of data but can't explain how they're connected. Turing Award winner Yoshua Bengio wants to change that.
Olis Robotics, iCsys Form Partnership for New Machine-Learning ROV Controller
The controller from Olis will be distributed and supported by iCsys and is expected to increase efficiency and decease costs.
Why It’s Time To Start Talking About Blockchain Ethics
Blockchain technology is changing the nature of money and organizations. We should probably start pondering the potential consequences.
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