Artificial intelligence detected almost 200 hidden water leaks in Sydney | 7NEWS

7NEWS Australia published this video item, entitled “Artificial intelligence detected almost 200 hidden water leaks in Sydney | 7NEWS” – below is their description.

While most of us are sleeping at night artificial intelligence is secretly listening to the pipes in our homes and streets.

These tiny devices have detected almost 200 hidden leaks, not only saving water and preventing burst water mains, but saving tens of millions of dollars.

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