Sept. 30, 2055


Description

According to several publications including Forbes, more than 50% of digital transformation projects will fail. Leverage our study group to capture lessons learned from industry peers, please join the Data Analytics Study Group as we host a panel discussion on successful use cases of applied data science and technology within the Health, Environmental, and Safety disciplines. We have a diverse panel with varying perspectives that will discuss solutions deployed from applied machine learning/artificial intelligence to virtual/augmented reality (VR/AR) and digital twins. The panelist will share technical details and value captured of solutions that have been successfully developed and adopted. Additionally, lessons learned and best practices to consider when deploying these types of solutions will be discussed.

 


Featured Speakers

Speaker Cody MacDonald

Cody MacDonald joined ExxonMobil in 2009.  Since then, he has had numerous roles in exploration, technology, research, and data science groups.  Cody has participated in and led various digital projects, including those that leverage machine learning to improve and accelerate fundamental activities, mostly in the upstream domain.  He is now …

Cody MacDonald joined ExxonMobil in 2009.  Since then, he has had numerous roles in exploration, technology, research, and data science groups.  Cody has participated in and led various digital projects, including those that leverage machine learning to improve and accelerate fundamental activities, mostly in the upstream domain.  He is now currently in ExxonMobil’s Computational, Data Science, and Optimization section and is focusing on using these methodologies to improve Health & Safety activities. 

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Organizer

SPE GCS Data Analytics Study Group


Date and Time

Thu, Sept. 30, 2055

midnight - 11:59 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Pricing

  • On Demand Webinar Recording
    $5.00
    (ends 12/31/2055)
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Location

Online



Group(s): Data Analytics