The quality of use case submissions will be evaluated for inclusion in the Working Group's Technical Report based the application area, relevant AI technologies, credible reference sources (see References section), and the following characteristics:
Data Focus & Learning: Use cases for AI system which utilizes Machine Learning, and those that use a fixed a priori knowledge base.
Level of Autonomy: Use cases demonstrating several degrees (dependent, autonomous, human/critic in the loop, etc.) of AI system autonomy.
Verifiability & Transparency: Use cases demonstrating several types and levels of verifiability and transparency, including approaches for explainable AI, accountability, etc.
Impact: Use cases demonstrating the impact of AI systems to society, environment, etc.
Architecture: Use cases demonstrating several architectural paradigms for AI systems (e.g., cloud, distributed AI, crowdsourcing, swarm intelligence, etc.)
Use Case Name:
Empowering Autonomous Flow meter control- Reducing time taken to -proving of meters-
Reduce the time taken for trial & error methods to set the VFD and FCV setpoints
Short Description (up to 150 words)
The customer had to set VFD and FCV % manually to achieve desired flowrate using trial & error methods, which could take about 3-4 hours. Efficiency for the proving of the meters was very less & improvement was needed to remove any aberration in reading as it was time consuming.
Cerebra was integrated with the system considering the flow of the fluid. The customer can choose between the available options of high flow rate, low flow rate or multi viscous flow. Then, with the master meter in the loop of testing, the meter from the field was introduced to analyse how much of aberration is there and then proving it more efficiently. Since it took more time for them to get the exact values of VFD & FCV % to achieve the desired flow rate, Cerebra’s Prognostics Engine was introduced. Purely based upon machine learning algorithms, the data models for the VFD & FCV % was used to predict the values to be chosen with an accuracy of about 98%. Since there was a presence of a closed-loop system, this predicted value was automatically registered on the valves’ monitors which only required small tweaking in the end, thus reduced human efforts.
Peer-reviewed scientific/technical publications on AI applications (e.g. ).
Patent documents describing AI solutions (e.g. , ).
Technical reports or presentations by renowned AI experts (e.g. )
High quality company whitepapers and presentations
Publicly accessible sources with sufficient detail
This list is not exhaustive. Other credible sources may be acceptable as well.
Examples of credible sources:
 B. Du Boulay. "Artificial Intelligence as an Effective Classroom Assistant". IEEE Intelligent Systems, V 31, p.76-81. 2016.
 S. Hong. "Artificial intelligence audio apparatus and operation method thereof". N US 9,948,764, Available at: https://patents.google.com/patent/US20150120618A1/en. 2018.
 M.R. Sumner, B.J. Newendorp and R.M. Orr. "Structured dictation using intelligent automated assistants". N US 9,865,280, 2018.
 J. Hendler, S. Ellis, K. McGuire, N. Negedley, A. Weinstock, M. Klawonn and D. Burns. "WATSON@RPI, Technical Project Review".
URL: https://www.slideshare.net/jahendler/watson-summer-review82013final. 2013