Oil and gas industry deep learning

Mon, 29 Jan 2018, by Wayne Radinsky

"Oil and gas industry gets GPU, deep learning injection." Oh, I see what you did there.

"The high performance computing requirements make sense for an industry awash in hundreds of petabytes each year in sensor and equipment data and many terabytes per day for seismic and discovery simulations and the deep learning angle is becoming the next best way of building meaning out of so many bytes."

"Most of our models are a combination of physics augmented by deep learning or AI that requires input from physics based models. For example, for some of the large-scale multiphase simulations the oil and gas industry has been running for decades or larger turbulence models can all benefit from parts of that workflow replaced by neural networks."

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