“…not all solutions keep humans in the dark and finding the right AI platform is key to the spread of this technology. In particular, hybrid artificial intelligence is designed to eliminate the black box issue by clearly displaying the reasoning behind the conclusions it draws. Hybrid AI platforms showcase the data they use to make decisions through readily available and understandable audit trails.”
“Different communities will associate and value development and progress differently. However, with one of my technology focus areas being around the “Responsible AI” umbrella, with corresponding interest in fairness and equality for marginalized and undeserved communities, I would like to see larger attention brought to individuals needs being served on “similar footing.” This could be from how consumers and business are using technology, or more broadly across specific social and political movements, attaching to ongoing efforts and conversations around climate change and net zero carbon emission.”
ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED: 15 October 2021
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:
- Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in the workplace
- How to eliminate bias when making evaluations
- How to create more inclusive products & workplace cultures
- Why ethically designed technology is so important
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
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: 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.
21 November 2021
The expansion follows the company’s latest funding round led by UAE’s G42. The US-based pioneer in enterprise and industrial artificial intelligence launched a new product to accelerate the adoption of AI for companies in the energy sector.
UAE, Dubai, 21 November 2021 – Beyond Limits, a pioneer in industrial and enterprise-grade artificial intelligence (AI) technology, today announced its expansion to the Middle East. The company will be regionally headquartered in Dubai with operations across the greater EMEA region.
Drawing on AI expertise developed at NASA, Beyond Limits creates hybrid AI solutions for energy, utilities, finance, and healthcare powered by ‘Cognitive AI’ technology, designed to address complex challenges and as a result, elevate operational insights, improve operating conditions, enhance performance at every level, and ultimately increase profits.
The technology replicates human-like intelligence by combining numeric techniques like machine learning with embedded human knowledge to provide clear, reliable recommendations that can match the in-depth understanding and experience of human experts.
In response to the region’s accelerated digital transformation, Beyond Limits seeks to empower organizations to take advantage of the transformative benefits that AI technology can offer to support in the most demanding sectors they operate in. The new office, located in Dubai Internet City, will act as a platform for the company to drive its operations in MENA.
Beyond Limits recently partnered with G42, the Abu Dhabi-based Artificial Intelligence and Cloud Computing company, where the latter led a milestone funding round to boost Beyond Limits’ scale and reach in the Middle East across other markets, and to explore synergies between the two companies in applying advanced AI solutions.
AJ Abdallat, CEO of Beyond Limits, said: “Beyond Limits is very pleased to announce its expansion to the Middle East with a new office in the UAE and to be taking this important step in building our presence in such a dynamic region. “Countries in the region are always taking bold steps to establish a culture of innovation and set AI strategies that enable the digital transformation of their economies, and Beyond Limits is committed to using advanced artificial intelligence to close the skills gap and improve human performance. I believe that we have a lot of synergy with the leading industries of the Middle East, and we look forward to exploring the new opportunities that the region represents,” he added.
Peng Xiao, Group CEO, G42 said “We are pleased to see Beyond Limits establish a regional presence in the UAE, in response to the region’s accelerated digital transformation and increasing adoption of advanced technologies. Beyond Limits’ AI capabilities will bring new levels of intelligence and efficiency to high-impact sectors in the UAE and the region, helping drive future economic growth. We look forward to collaborating and co-creating with them to further strengthen our respective offerings, drive innovation and unlock opportunities for growth and positive progress, across a wide range of industries and societies.”
LEARN MORE ABOUT BEYOND LIMITS PRODUCTS HERE.
AIDTSEC will be taking place October 27-28 at the King Hussein Bin Talal Convention Center in Jordan.
“AIDTSEC paves the way for industry makers to spark motivation and inspire decision makers of the Defense, security, and governmental sectors. This helps to expand the capacity in order to address current and future challenges, place strategies in a global context, and position forces for high performance. This event is an opportunity for AI Defense Technology and Cyber Security solution providers to exhibit and demonstrate their latest achievements, most advanced technologies, and state-of-the-art innovations.” (AIDTSEC)
Don’t miss Beyond Limits CEO AJ Abdallat’s presentation on “Leveraging Cognitive AI to Accelerate Digital Transformation & Industrial Evolution” on October 27th at 9:30am EEST.
Beyond Limits Chief Data Scientist Hussein Al-Natsheh will also be in attendance speaking on “Leveraging AI to Understand Unstructured Data for Defense and Civil Security Applications on October 27th at 11:45am EEST.
REGISTER HERE for the event.
READ MORE ABOUT BEYOND LIMIT’S PARTNERSHIP WITH JODBB HERE.
UEIL 2021 Virtual Congress will be taking place October 20-21, 2021. The Congress will feature a mix of keynote speeches and technical presentations by prominent speakers, as well as a series of roundtables.
The theme for 2021 will be “From business resilience to sustainable growth – Re-imagining the future of the lubricants industry.” Topics will include resilience and growth, sustainability, the European Green Deal’s impact on the sector, sustainable mobility, bio-based lubricants, and diversity in the industry.
Don’t miss Beyond Limits VP of Product Marketing, Steve Garbrecht’s presentation on “Next-generation Lubricant Formulation,” where he will be offering his thoughts on reducing development time and cost with AI.
Join us virtually at UEIL 2021 – REGISTER HERE.
LEARN MORE ABOUT OVERCOMING FORMULATION CHALLENGES WITH AI HERE.
Originally Posted: 24 March 2021
Author: OLIVIA MCCLURE for BUILT IN LA
Los Angeles, CA
Built-In-LA recently featured Beyond Limits, and our very own Leigh Yeh in a recent feature, How 3 Local Tech Leaders Use Machine Learning to Drive Innovation. The article spotlights three team members from local leading artificial intelligence/technology companies with a focus on how they are leveraging machine learning to elevate solutions, supporting customers to streamline entire processes and optimize operations at every level of their organization.
“At the end of the day, it’s great to see our products being used by customers and know that we’ve made their processes faster, more reliable and more interpretable,” said Yeh. “It’s so rewarding to build products with the power to make a difference.”
READ THE REST OF BUILT-IN-LA’S SPOTLIGHT HERE.
14 October 2020
Author: STEPHEN OSTROWSKI
Originally Posted: 7 October 2020 for Built In LA
Built In LA recently featured Beyond Limits’ own Anupama Gunupudi in a recent insider spotlight talking about her strategy as the Senior Manager of Engineering Resource Planning. The article highlights Anupama’s focus on how important team building, talent recognition, and open cross-functional communication are to efficient project planning and effective resource allocation.
“I aim to drive project execution efficiently and productively for every software team that I have,” Gunupudi said. “That means understanding each team, developing their skills and talents to build them up, and ensuring that they’re successful in their role and career.”
Read the rest of Built In LA’s spotlight here.