Amsterdam Venture Studio’s startup Findest scouts technologies by using IGOR^AI. A Finnish electricity grid operator Fingrid Oyj used IGOR^AI to find out how they could increase the transmission capacity or eliminate bottlenecks.
In Fingrid magazine the company shared their experience, arguing that “[IGOR^AI] is one of the first applications to really demonstrate how artificial intelligence could help knowledge workers in the future.” For the Finish company, the AI system identified 38 technologies. Nine technologies were selected and more information was obtained.
Although the results about the technologies are still under examination, Fingrid Oyj stated that “IGOR identified some truly impressive technologies: there are now several routes that can be taken to address bottlenecks.”
Read the whole interview here (pages 18-19).
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