Consider ethical and social challenges in smart grid research

11/26/2019
by   Valentin Robu, et al.
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Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning are increasingly seen as key technologies for building more decentralised and resilient energy grids, but researchers must consider the ethical and social implications of their use

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