AI/machine learning

Vaarst, a spinoff from subsea robotic and hydrographic survey company Rovco, wants to accelerate advancement in ocean robotics by providing access to artificial-intelligence technology to marine and subsea providers for autonomous robotic work.
Petrolern has received a $1.15-million grant from the US Department of Energy to develop and commercialize its technology that models in-situ stresses by using available data.
Anomalies in heart function can be diagnosed in real time by measuring an electrical signal. Petroleum engineers have adapted the concept to diagnose anomalous drilling conditions in real time using a shock signature recorded downhole.

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