The Korea Electronics Technology Institute (KETI) announced on the 18th that it has successfully completed the “Artificial Intelligence Competition for Sustainable Energy Utilization” held at Spigen Hall in Seoul on the 15th.

Hosted by KETI and the Korea Institute of Production and Technology, and sponsored by Samsung SDS, Korea Western Power, and Amitec, the competition was held to discover sustainable artificial intelligence (AI) energy utilization models and derive practical ideas based on renewable energy generation empirical data. A total of 214 teams participated in two tracks during the six-week operation from July 11.

The first track is an energy artificial intelligence competition that develops an artificial intelligence model that predicts renewable energy generation using the open-source version of Brightix AI, Samsung SDS’ integrated AI platform, “Studio.”

The second track is an idea contest for efficient power sales among distributed power generation entities, and evaluated the idea of using surplus power assuming that power sales between housing neighbors are possible.

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A total of 10 teams won awards in this competition, and the top teams in Track 1 and Track 2 were awarded the Korea Electronics Technology Institute Award (KRW 5 million in prize money) and the Korea Production Technology Institute Award (KRW 3 million in prize money), respectively.

The winning team of Track 1 is the ‘Seven To11’ team of Ulsan Institute of Science and Technology (UNIST), and showed results in developing a high-accuracy renewable energy generation prediction model through barometric pressure prediction models.

Sangmyung University’s “Energy Grid” team was selected as the winner of Track 2. The team proposed an autonomous and intermediate power transaction model using the idea of issuing transaction rights based on blockchain.

Shin Hee-dong, director of KETI, said, “We were able to see the future society spreading green energy through artificial intelligence at this competition,” adding, “KETI will continue to do its best to improve the sustainability of the local community through electronic information and communication technology.”

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