Phosphorous is an essential, limited, non-renewable resource that is necessary in supporting global food production. It is critical for plant and animal life; a key component of fertilisers and hence modern agriculture relies on it. This blog focuses why phosphate should be recovered from water.
The blog centres around the CENTAUR™ project, and focuses on how AI can be used practically to make wastewater applications smarter.
We will take a look at how the different types of artificial intelligence can be used in Wastewater networks.
We are going to take a closer look at the different forms of artificial intelligence which we previously outlined, and what makes them different/more applicable to certain practices.
In this series of blogs, we will discuss the application of three types of AI in wastewater; Artificial Neural Networks, Fuzzy Logic and Genetic Algorithms.