Originally Published: 13 April 2022

Author: Greg Nichols from ZDNet

Los Angeles, CA

 

ZDNet recently interviewed Beyond Limits Director of Product Management Steve Kwan to discuss America’s energy grids and how AI can be leveraged to decrease outages throughout the country. In this article titled, “Zapped: The grid is on life support. Can AI fix it?” Steve explains the problems power grids are currently facing and the future of AI in grid management:

 

“With continued improvements to AI and ML technologies, we will be able to increase the size of the data set, frequency, speed, and accuracy of model predictions. Together, this would provide better toolsets for grid operators to optimally match supply with demand in unprecedented fashions.”

 

Read the Full Q&A – Here.

 

CHECK OUT MORE INFORMATION ON HOW AI CAN HELP THE ENERGY SECTOR – HERE.

 

ORIGINALLY POSTED: 28 APRIL 2022
AUTHOR: EXPERT PANEL FOR FORBES TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL
LOS ANGELES, CA

 

Forbes featured Beyond Limits CEO AJ Abdallat in an article where technology leaders share 16 Smart Strategies for Building Effective Cross-functional Teams. Industry experts contributed their insights into cultivating successful teams, discussing the necessities for setting the tone for a solid foundation and the importance of determining well-defined management approaches to apportioning distinct responsibilities to laying out methods for comprehensively analyzing the outcomes of such strategies.

 

“Transparency in communication, team trust and accountability are key. Teams have to be open with each other about challenges, barriers and successes to earn trust across groups. Individual teams must also keep each other accountable to achieve their deliverables, fulfill timelines and ensure projects run smoothly.” AJ Abdallat

 

READ THE FULL ARTICLE – HERE.

 

GET ALL THE DETAILS ON BEYOND LIMITS AI PRODUCTS & SOLUTIONS, DEVELOPED IN DYNAMIC TEAMS WITH SOME OF THE MOST RESPECTED EXPERTS IN THE INDUSTRY – HERE.

 

Originally Published: 22 March 2022

Author: Daniel Gutierrez from InsideBIGDATA

Los Angeles, CA

 

InsideBIGDATA recently spotlighted Beyond Limits Data Scientist Ari Kamlani, in their round-up column “Heard on the Street,’’ a regular feature to highlight thought leadership commentaries from members of the ‘big data’ ecosystem. This column contains several compelling perspectives, including Kamlani’s, wherein he comments on how Hybrid AI can help human operators improve decision making, leading to great leaps in the pace of innovation.

 

“This companion technology can shine in delivering more comprehensive insights and human level reason than data-driven methods alone, particularly when the data is scarce, new situations are exposed, or statistical patterns are unable to be well-deciphered.”

 

Check out the Full Article – HERE.

 

TO LEARN ABOUT ETHICAL AI, FEATURING ARI KAMLANI’S EXPERTISE, CHECK OUT THIS VIDEO – HERE.

 

 

ORIGINALLY POSTED: 24 MARCH 2022
AUTHOR: EXPERT PANEL FOR FORBES TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL
LOS ANGELES, CA

 

 

Forbes featured Beyond Limits CEO AJ Abdallat in an article where 15 Tech Leaders Share the Top Challenges They’re Facing in 2022. Industry experts shared their insights into the obstacles they expect their companies to face this year and the perspectives they’re owning to help set them on the right path to overcome those hurdles.
 
 
“The sheer number of competitors in the tech space can make it hard for the overall market to tell the real tech from the fluff. Gaining trust in the solutions you’ve built can be very frustrating with all the tech-washing out there tainting the market. Having company/product experts well-versed enough to consistently champion your solutions in an aligned manner will always help bolster credibility.” AJ Abdallat
 
 
Read the Full Article – HERE.
 
 
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Originally Published: 03 March 2022

Author: Energy Connects

Dubai

 

Energy Connects recently interviewed Shayan Tavassoli, Global Lead of Upstream Technology Commercialization at Beyond Limits, to talk about the influence AI technology has within the energy market. In the article, titled “AI is a Powerful Tool to Transform the Energy Market,” Tavassoli explains how this advanced technology can help predict supply and demand before problems occur.

 

“AI can optimize generation facilities’ operations, save energy and fuel, improve economic dispatch based on forecast load demands, and reduce risk with shortfall planning.”

 

Read the Full Q&A – Here.

 

FOR MORE ON AI TECHNOLOGY IN THE ENERGY MARKET, CHECK OUT ANOTHER INSIGHTFUL ARTICLE – HERE.

 

 

Originally Published: 18 February 2022
Author: Scott Clark for CMSWire
Columbus, Ohio
 
 

CMSWire recently spotlighted Beyond Limits CEO AJ Abdallat in a feature titled Does Your Artificial Intelligence Strategy Include XAI? The article discusses why Explainable AI (XAI) is important, as well as the role it will play in facilitating the most advanced AI software products and solutions of the future.

 

AJ shares his thoughts on how human intelligence is a critical component when it comes to XAI:

 
“The next frontier of AI is the growth and improvements that will happen in Explainable AI technologies. They will become more agile, flexible and intelligent when deployed across a variety of new industries. XAI is becoming more human-centric in its coding and design.”
 
 
Check out the Full Article – HERE.
 
 
READ THE 4 REASONS WHY EXPLAINABILITY IS THE FUTURE OF AI – HERE.

 

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: 15 October 2021

Toronto, Ontario

 

Beyond Limits Senior Data Scientist, Ari Kamlani was recently featured in Big Data & AI Toronto’s Fireside Chat to discuss breaking the walls of unethical AI alongside Keith Plummer, Director of Research & Learning at Feminuity.

 

In this chat they examine:

 

Watch the Full Video – HERE.

 

SEE WHY BEYOND LIMITS WAS NAMED BY BUILT IN AS ONE OF THE BEST PLACES TO WORK IN 2022 – HERE

 

 

Originally Published: 12 February 2022

Author: Matthew Veazey for Natural Gas Intelligence

Pittsburg, MA

 

Natural Gas Intelligence recently featured Mike Krause, Beyond Limits AI Solutions Senior Manager, in an article titled “AI Still Has Much to Learn About Humans in Natural Gas and Oil Industry.” The article takes an opportunity to discuss digital transformation efforts in the natural-centric sector of oil and gas stating that “companies would spend $15.6 billion,” according to a recent study conducted by ABI Research.

 

Within the article, Krause offered his perspective on Cognitive AI and the role it plays in relation to humans.

 

“I assign attributes to it like casing, perforation… all the hardware in a well, and then various other ‘explainability layers’ of information. Once you layer on the cognitive view, you really expand the possibilities.”

 

Check out the Full Article – HERE.

 

BEYOND LIMITS WAS NAMED IN 2021 GARTNER® HYPE CYCLE™ FOR OIL AND GAS REPORT. CHECK OUT ALL THE DETAILS – HERE.

 

Originally Published: 24 January 2022
Author: NASA Spinoff
Los Angeles, CA

 

NASA Spinoff recently featured Beyond Limits CEO, AJ Abdallat, in an article titled Expertise Flows from Computer Cognition, discussing how Beyond Limits artificial intelligence (AI) technology may be one of the keys to enabling innovations that will solve some of the most complex challenges our world currently faces.

 

The article discusses Cognitive AI’s potential to:

 

“AI is really agnostic to any specific sector. It can solve a wide range of applications.”

 

Check out the Full Article – HERE.

 

TO LEARN MORE ABOUT THE ORIGINS OF NASA & BEYOND LIMITS’ TECHNOLOGICAL CONNECTION, READ MORE ABOUT IT OUT – HERE.

Originally Published: 20 January 2022
Author: Steve Kwan for T&D World
Los Angeles, CA

 

An article by Beyond Limits’ Steve Kwan was recently featured in T&D World, a publication that provides in-depth content on technology in the power industry. The article, Three Applications for AI in the Energy Industry, discusses several of the challenges the energy industry will face in upcoming months, such as a higher volume of users, climate change, and the call for carbon neutrality. Kwan explains how new artificial intelligence (AI) technologies are already making an impact on predicting and preventing these issues.

 

“The planning capabilities that AI offers the energy sector will combat some of the industry’s most pressing challenges.”

 

Read the Full Article – HERE.

 

TO READ MORE PUBLICATIONS FEATURING STEVE KWAN’S EXPERTISE, CHECK THEM OUT – HERE.

 

ORIGINALLY POSTED: 24 FEBRUARY 2022
AUTHOR:  AJ ABDALLAT FOR FORBES TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL
LOS ANGELES, CA

 

There’s no denying AI made immense progress in 2021. Moving into 2022, as the CEO of a global AI company creating industrial-grade solutions, it’s looking as though, while innovation will endure, critical advancements won’t necessarily be from the technology itself but more in the way it’s utilized and operationalized. Digitalization implementation is about to hit significant strides, particularly in major sectors with integral impacts on human lives. There’s no limit to what the future holds as AI and machine learning (ML) work their way into our world’s biggest industries.
 
 
Common Ground In 2022: Energy, Healthcare, Aerospace, Supply Chain And Construction
 
AI will prove itself instrumental in the transformational phase confronting these sectors in 2022 and will lead the way when it comes to compelling approaches for elevating entire industries.
 
 
1. Energy
 
AI has already commenced digitalization efforts across the energy industry with promising prospects for results in 2022 that will look to more optimized operations with greater efficiency and sustainability. For example, AI companies are creating and implementing decision-support software within major energy players’ refineries designed to make timely, explainable recommendations that empower operators to close profitability gaps in real time, maximizing the efficiency of entire operations and resulting in increased sustainability as a critically important byproduct, considering regulations on the sector are only expected to expand.
 
When discussing the impact of AI and other digital solutions on the industry, according to McKinsey & Company, “Asset productivity increases of up to 20% are possible, and overall maintenance costs may be reduced by up to 10%.”
 
 
2. Healthcare
 
Another fitting use case that’s ramped up since Covid-19 took hold is AI for healthcare. From outbreak forecasting for dealing with insufficient supply of essential resources to streamlining patient care as the medical field experiences shortages unlike ever before, AI adoption initiated in previous years is set to solidify implementation strongholds across the industry in 2022.
 
AI can support healthcare’s struggle against the inefficient operations and inadequate visibility issues currently plaguing the sector at the point of patient care. Advanced approaches are going to make huge influences on the industry, providing more holistic insights into its most valuable data. As Diana Nole, EVP and GM of Healthcare at Nuance Communication, mentioned in a HIT Consultant Media article, “As healthcare organizations and researchers establish strong standards for the secure sharing of healthcare data, new collaborative AI projects are set to drive more informed care decisions.”
 
With AI and ML solutions making vast amounts of unstructured data more readily accessible to decision-makers, the results will be enhanced predictive analysis accuracy and streamlined administrative operations, as well as more cognizant procedure recommendations and patient screening practices. This paints a promising picture of an elevated, progressive industry approach to overall medical professional and patient experiences.
 
 
3. Aerospace
 
AI has been a saluted partner in aerospace for a long time. Several experts would probably even argue that space exploration is where some of the most advanced AI originated. NASA’s Curiosity rover has been employing AI to explore Mars for several years and, according to an article by Travis Bubenik for Courthouse News Service describing NASA’s imminent ExoMars mission in 2022, “While the space agency already uses AI to help its Curiosity rover navigate around Mars, the researchers described the way the technology will be used in the upcoming mission as a significant step toward an ultimate goal of having more autonomous probes explore farther reaches of the solar system.”
 
As years progress and AI/ML solutions become more innovative, it’s becoming clear that these technologies will be integral, permeable factors in future understandings of our universe.
 
 
4. Supply Chain
 
While the current supply chain crisis disrupting our global economy isn’t forecasted to be solved for several years, AI should provide some much-needed relief in 2022. Continued digitalization transformation of supply chain data and extensive sensor analyses, alongside more streamlined process automation and verification, will all require human-readable AI recommendations and ML techniques that collaborate with decision-makers. New levels of visibility provided by advanced AI tools will enhance forecast-ability, easing currently inadequate remedial reactivity.
 
According to Adam James for ASCM Insights, “The technology-driven evolution to industry 5.0 — which involves a more collaborative approach, as well as partnerships between humans and robots — will have significant impacts on supply chain functions such as planning, demand management and fulfillment. As machines learn, improved insights will be discovered, leading to significant transformation, advancement and competitive advantage.”
 
 
5. Construction
 
Powerful AI solutions will work for the construction industry in overtime this year, digitalizing processes and providing invaluable insights across organizations. Predictive maintenance tools leveraging sensors and other functional data deliver optimization use cases that range from more streamlined documentation tracking to decision-maker support via optimal recommended remedial actions involving industrial equipment maintenance, lingering operational problems, and other complications around unexpected plan deviations. 2022 will find a fast-developing future for AI to enhance efficiency for entire construction processes.
 
According to research from MarketsAndMarkets, the company “Expects the global Artificial Intelligence (AI) in construction markets to grow from USD 407.2 million in 2018 to USD 1,831.0 million by 2023, at a Compound Annual Growth Rate (CAGR) of 35.1% during the forecast period.”
 
 
Industrial-grade AI Prepares to Make Its Mark in 2022
 
There are endless use cases for AI on the horizon across critical sectors: Efficiency and sustainability optimization in energy operations, patient screening and procedure recommendations in healthcare, Mars exploration in aerospace, industrial equipment maintenance in construction and even easement for the supply chain crisis — just to name a few. As AI has grown in functionality across the enterprise and more than proven itself with impressive results, multiple industry leaders have taken notice and worked to incorporate these technologies into their own sectors. The application of AI to various domains in 2022 marks only the beginning of the technology’s journey.
 
 
CHECK OUT THE FULL ARTICLE IN ACTION – HERE.
 
 
DISCOVER ALL OF THE SECTORS WHERE BEYOND LIMITS COGNITIVE AI IS MAKING HUGE IMPACTS – HERE.
 
 
 
 
ORIGINALLY POSTED: 14 FEBRUARY 2022
AUTHOR: EXPERT PANEL FOR FORBES TECHNOLOGY COUNCIL
LOS ANGELES, CA

 

Forbes featured Beyond Limits CEO AJ Abdallat in an article on 13 Tested Tips for Gathering Internal Feedback to Build Effective Tech Tools that shared various experts’ insights into successful ways they collect feedback from the entire spectrum of their companies in order to ensure final products meet their users’ most critical needs.
 
“Avoid building anything in silos. Name a tiger team with at least one representative from every department. This person should be the final decision-maker for their department—someone who understands the department’s needs and who will solicit feedback while distilling relevant information back to the tiger team making the decisions. This way, everyone feels heard but is not overwhelmed by the feedback.”AJ Abdallat
 
READ THE FULL ARTICLE – HERE.
 
 
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