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Huawei launches AI powered Pangu Model series with accurate weather prediction

Chinese smartphone maker Huawei has introduced Pangu Model 3.0 and Ascend AI cloud services as part of its effort to invest in AI (Artificial Intelligence).

In introducing new industry opportunities which contribute towards AI, Huawei’s Executive Director and CEO of Huawei Cloud Zhang Ping said the move was to introduce new industry technological advancements driven by the AI wave.

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The introduction of the AI system addition means a new system of pre-trained models that can adapt to meet specific user needs while addressing complex challenges.

Weather forecasting

Pangu Model 3. o is set to revolutionize the industry with its ability to forecast weather.

Introducing Pangu Weather, which is expected to predict weather using AI.

It is the first AI prediction model to demonstrate more precision than traditional numerical weather forecast methods.

Think lightning-fast speed to get a weather prediction that is more precise.

This model will exceptionally demonstrate how to predict the landing times of typhoons.

On the cards

Huawei is set to launch the first version of Pangu Mining on July 18 which will be to enhance safety efficiency and productivity in mining.

Huawei says: “Traditional mining operations are inherently risky, requiring extensive manpower and posing significant technical and safety challenges. However, with the implementation of digital technologies, augmented by the Pangu Mining Model, the industry is witnessing a transformative shift.

Huawei’s Pangu Mining Model incorporates AI-based intelligent monitoring system that identifies exceptions in the transportation system, such as large coal blocks and anchors, with an exceptional accuracy rate of up to 98%.

The railway industry today benefits immensely from Huawei’s AI advancements as the safety and efficiency of fright trains are improved to find and identify faults in any process.

Pangu Railway

The model will be able to identify 67 types of freight cars with over 430 types of faults found on railways and freight cars in order to allow train inspectors to improve efficiency and accuracy.

The model will scan millions of images captured by the railway model system and filter out 95% of the images that were found faulty.

Zhang said: “Huawei Cloud Pangu models will empower everyone from every industry with an intelligent assistant, making them more productive and efficient. We will uphold our mission of “AI for industries”, and use Pangu models to reshape all industries with AI.”

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