General Lecture Prof Keshav Dahal at ATM on AI applications to Power Engineering and Other Problems
The speaker first introduced the eACCESS project activities and the AVCN research institute at UWS. The lecture discussed the importance of artificial intelligence (AI) in power systems. and the concept of AI and its potential applications in the power grid and other domains. The challenges of planning and scheduling, and how AI can be used to address these challenges were discussed. The talk concluded with a discussion of the future of AI in power systems and other problem domains, and how it can help to create a more reliable and efficient grid.
Specific points covered in the talk:
Introduction to artificial intelligence (AI)
Applications of AI in power systems and other problems
Challenges of planning and scheduling
How AI can address the challenges of planning and scheduling
The future of AI in power systems and other applications
The lecture was attended by about 40 people, they include ATM students and staff, invited people from other universities and industries.