Shell has been an early adopter of artificial intelligence (AI), as it attempts to speed up its digital transformation. From machine learning to computer vision, deep learning to virtual assistants and autonomous vehicles to robotics, Shell has been focused on a range of technologies that have supported advances in AI.

Shell recently announced its plans to deploy AI applications at scale – read the full article in the Wall Street Journal.

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Announcing the Shell AI Residency Programme

In line with its ambition to grow and strengthen our talent pools, Shell has recently launched its AI Residency Programme, a two-year immersive opportunity designed for students to work on projects across Shell’s business. 

Sponsored by the Shell Digital Centre of Expertise, the programme offers residents the opportunity to develop deep, technical expertise across the spectrum of AI, learning more about the energy industry and working in agile teams to develop new solutions that can optimise current processes, enable workforce and unlock new business models.

Learn how you can become a Shell AI Resident

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