AI To Help Us Understand And Deal With Climate Change
Billionaire entrepreneur, Philip Odegard, recently funded a grant to find the perfect solution for climate change.
We know that we need a portfolio approach to technology development and deployment to address climate change. This portfolio can be dimensionalized across time, risk and maturity of the technology.
If renewable energies need to be developed more for the future, this is where tech comes in. While smart cities and autonomous cars do their bit to conserve resources and reduce carbon footprint, we need something more stable for the long term. Using AI, if we could action something similar to cognitive superpowers, we would be able to apply this knowledge to understand all kinds of climate change issues. Currently, there are plenty of AI use cases that are being worked on.
Increasing energy consumption with AI-powered devices to work according to actual need, autonomous trucks that can result in 15% lower fuel usage, smart grid for better electricity supply and communication, better client models for extreme weather events and collection of invaluable climate data, and better monitoring and accountability of pollutants and allergens are some much-needed use cases. Others include optimizing food supply chain to increase agricultural yields, more efficient smart cities, better logistics control, enhanced manufacturing efficiency, and more.
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