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New Report Lists AI Capabilities That Could Benefit Energy Department Programs

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New Report Lists AI Capabilities That Could Benefit Energy Department Programs

A report titledAI for Science, Energy, and Security,” which resulted from a series of workshops held in 2022, has identified six artificial intelligence capabilities and their potential to transform the program areas of the Department of Energy. Over 1,000 scientists, engineers and experts from the public and private sectors participated in the workshop. Among the identified DOE program areas are complex systems such as power grids and the language models behind generative AI, the Argonne National Laboratory said.

Rick Stevens, associate laboratory director of computing, environment and life science at Argonne, said the untapped potential for AI innovations can drive new scientific discoveries. Stevens, who co-led the workshops and report development, stressed AI’s role in changing the way people pose and solve scientific problems.

According to the report, AI can play a major role in finding solutions for many challenges, including climate models, the search for new quantum materials and new nuclear reactor designs for clean energy.

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