AI-Driven Power Grid in China Can Resume Power Supply in 3 Seconds If Faces Blackout

  • China’s state-owned power grid company launched the nation’s most powerful AI for electricity distribution on Tuesday. A month-long test run at Qitailu, a residential community with more than 200 families in Urumqi shows the system’s effectiveness.
  • Following a community blackout it usually takes six to 10 hours to fix the problem and resume power supply, the report said, but artificial intelligence cuts that down to three seconds.

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