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Machine Learning Report, Utilities Technology Report

Machine Learning in Utilities - Thematic Research

Machine Learning has changed from being a niche subject to one which has significant relevance to many companies across a range of industries.

Machine Learning is an artificial intelligence technology which interprets data using algorithms to learn from successes and failures and to predict outcomes.

This report looks at the prospects for machine learning technology and what it means for investors.

Utilities companies have access to huge volumes of data such as smart metering systems and smart homes. The challenge for utilities is to make use of this data.

  • What you will discover...
  • The report provides a comprehensive analysis of the present scenario and emerging market trends in the global machine learning industry.
  • Gain insights into global market leaders and challengers in the machine learning industry and where they sit in the value chain.
  • Provide detailed information regarding the ten categories of AI software and the machine learning timeline.
  • Extensive analysis of the applications of machine learning in power utilities.
  • Major market players within the machine learning industry are profiled and their action plans are studied thoroughly, which aid in interpreting the competitive outlook of the machine learning sector.

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ML involves building computer algorithms which learn from existing data. Examples include predictive data models or software platforms that analyse behavioural data.

Many start-ups have taken machine learning and applied it to specific industry verticals, such as detecting bank fraud or preventing a cyber-attack. The progress of Machine Learning had been slow until around 2010 when advances accelerated in computing and with the emergence of huge real-time data sets.

The key trends that we expect to see in the ML sector over the next two to three years are discussed in this report. The trends are split into three categories: technology, macro-economic and ‘use case’ trends. Use the information in this report to stay ahead of the competition.

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