Can Water Really Thrive In The Robot Revolution?

Elon Musk might believe that artificial intelligence (AI) poses the greatest “existential threat” to humanity – however, the impending water crisis facing North America may just beat the robots to it.

Lagging investment, contamination, and aging and leaking pipes are all threatening the sustainable supply of water resources. But according to a new whitepaper from FATHOM, artificial intelligence offers the solution in the form of predictive capabilities and increased operational efficiencies.

FATHOM will join a 50+ stellar speaking faculty of water utilities, engineering giants, technology companies and investors at the upcoming World Water-Tech North America summit on November 2-3 in Toronto.

SAVE THE DATE! FATHOM will also be hosting the webinar “Focusing the Power of Data on the Business of Water” with Cedar Hill on September 27 at 1pm EST.

To learn how data can be used to offset revenue loss and operational inefficiencies, join the webinar on September 27! A separate registration link will be sent to you at the end of August, but for now, don’t forget to add the date to your diary.