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We’re utilizing artificial intelligence and reinforcement learning to optimize water treatment processes.

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In what is believed to be a first-of-its-kind pilot project, experts determine if a machine can learn to “think” like the technicians who help keep Alberta’s drinking water clean.

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ISL Adapt, an Edmonton infrastructure technology start-up, with the help of a variety of local innovation partners, is piloting a novel machine learning water treatment process in Canada

In The News

A pilot project leveraging the University of Alberta’s artificial intelligence expertise to improve the process of making drinking water safe is up and running in the town of Drayton Valley.

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