September 2014

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HP Automation Strategies: The promise of cognitive computing

The global hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) has long been challenged with applying expertise consistently throughout the organization. Demographic trends and new technological advances promise to..

Gupta, M. S., ARC Advisory Group

The global hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) has long been challenged with applying expertise consistently throughout the organization. Demographic trends and new technological advances promise to further challenge industry participants. To stay competitive, HPI companies will need to embrace new, transformative technologies like cognitive computing. Ideally, the lessons learned today are rolled into the decisions of tomorrow. When contemplating new challenges, the wise will ask others what they have learned, so that this knowledge can be applied to help ensure future success. In the corporate world, this approach to knowledge transfer became more institutionalized. Mentoring became a

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