Can artificial intelligence and robots help manage the data centers of the future? Several data center companies are working to take automation to the next level, leveraging machine learning and robotics to push the boundaries of “lights out” data center operation.
These technologies were in focus at the Infrastructure Masons meeting Monday at DCD Webscale, where LitBit and Wave2Wave outlined ambitious plans to streamline data center management and address the industry’s staffing challenges.
LitBit founder and CEO Scott Noteboom shared his vision to use artificial intelligence (AI) to extend the capabilities of data center teams. Noteboom said Litbit’s AI technology can turn machines into collaborative AI-driven “co-workers” with human-like senses that can clone the expertise of employees to create a new AI-empowered workforce.
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